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I feel so sad. Poor girls , I can't believe the parents of the bride's don't realize how much there hurting there own daughters at least let them turn in 15 so at least there body can resist the cruelty of there new life. I'm happy I'm Mexican and my parents let me do whatever I want with my life.

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This is barbaric and cruel

it is truly KALYUG - the age of darkness

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Letss start a petition. Is ther one already out ther we can sign?

bhraava tu pellaan chajj naal angrejji ch type karan di mehrbanni kar la, sign suin fer kari...
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I don't get it, how can they have a full relationship with a girl so young? How can she provide full love to him and vice versa? What is the point?

It's pedophilia. It is ingrained part of their culture to accept pedophilia as being normal. It's similar to how in the west homosexuality has now come to be accepted. Both east and west are drowned in sexual perversion. The Khalsa must make a moral stand and show the world how to rise above these sexual perversions by attaching their minds to the moralistic and spiritual teaching of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee.

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There is a worse trend in Pashtuns. They have a ceremony where a grown men flaunt before the entire society their "good looking companion" who is a boy under 12 years of age.

And then there is bacha bazi in Afghanistan. Search for bacha bazi on YouTube, you'll know what I mean.

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