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Monday, December 11, 2006

Talk the talk and walk the walk.

I recently read this article about a change that has happened in Pakistan.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20061210/india_nm/india279771

I think this is a very positive change and a huge step in the right direction for woman from all over the world. I think and fully believe what affects one, will affect another, even if it's thousands of miles away. I think a change for the better for one, is a change for the better for all.
A new law was just implemented in Pakistan. I don't think this was a simple step to take or an easy one, and the President of Pakistan is facing quite a bit of opposition over it, but it's a change for the better.

This is a summary of what has changed. When woman over in Pakistan use to get raped, they had to have four male witness to testify to the rape, or they could be charged with adultery.

This new law changed rape from the realm of mostly being dealt with through a religious law called the Hudood Ordinances, to something that is just dealt with under the penal code. This means that if a woman is raped, she can now go to the police and say that she was raped. She does not have to look around for four male witnesses.

This law as you can imagine was used against woman for their detriment. President Musharraf has not only talked the talk, of his philosophy of "enlightened moderation", but he has also walked the walk of putting it into action and standing his ground. I think things like this should be acknowledged in the world because taking a stance like this was not going to be popular, in fact he is facing much protest over this, but he did what was right in spite of this, and he is standing firm and not changing any aspect of it.

Sometimes it so hard to take a stance and do the right thing, but he did and I think this should be acknowledged. This is a step forward for thousands of females in that country, but it's also a victory for many in other countries.

I say very well done in not just talking the talk, but walking the walk. I sulute your efforts in making this stance.

What affects one, affects them all.

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