People dance to the theme song of the "One Billion Rising" campaign in New Delhi February 14, 2013. PHOTO: REUTERS
It is a globally co-ordinated campaign aimed to call for an end to violence against women and girls.
Well done Girls.
No wonder why Pakistani women never involve themselves in such activities.Recommend
I have not yet get any regret for what you have done by supporting valentine in pakistan and insulting quran. I hope you people would like to allow your daughters and sisters and even whereas I understand the western idea of valentine, your wife’s and even mothers and all other female family members to spend nights with their lovers. Is that the idea which clicks in your mind and you have done what no other religions person could not done. Wow. you should renew you status of islam and please please do not hurt the feelings of even your workers by doing such stupids acts. thanks. I never use such words in my life, but am satisfied for what I have done for you, cuz you deserve this yet much more than this. bye
Quite amazing that 14th.Feb.is made so much of, just for nothing. It has no bearing, no importance, whatsoever. More words and attention is given to this event than more important matters. Consider that in Pakistan thousands have lost their precious lives, people have been kidnapped, and people who are involved in these acts are not condemned by the very same political parties who condemn people who wish to have a little harmless fun on 14th.Feb. Does it corrupt anybody?, does it harm anyone?, do people become start doing wrong things?. But in this country, people with warped minds can dictate, what is right, what is wrong, what is good, what is bad.
The depth of shear hypocrisy, bigotry, intolerance is beyond one’s understanding.
Just to say shame on you, ET!
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