Dowry in India and how Muslims have shamelessly copied it

In India, at the time of marriage, parents of the boy openly demand money from the parents of the girl along with a car, brand new furniture and everything that their evil mind can think of. Even after that, these satanic in-laws are not satisfied and keep harassing the girl to bring more and more money even after marriage. Many are burnt in “kitchen deaths” if they fail to do so.

In Islam, at the time of marriage the husband has to give money to his wife known as mahr. It is the husband who gives money to his wife, not the other way around. However, among Muslims, ‘dahej’ has been copied and labelled ‘jahez’. Muslims openly and shamelessly deny it having to do anything with the Hindu custom of dowry or dahej.

These Muslims will spend their lives talking ill of Hindus but do not fail to copy them in every way. Lives have become hell for a lot of Muslims girls who are sitting at home because their father’s cannot give the satanic ‘jahez’. At least when Hindu parents ask for money they do so openly. Muslims on the other hand are shameless hypocrites who do so indirectly.

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  1. “Jahez” is very common amongst most communities or ethnic groups where the number of females is much more than the number of males. In the community to which I blong (Memons), the male to female ratio is so low that many girls remain unmarried for most of their lives. This is why most Memon parents have to give a large amount of money at the time of marriage to the groom. Where the number of girls is less than the number of boys, it’s the other way around. Among some Pathan and Baloch communities, the groom has to pay a large amount in gold and jewellery to the father of the bride before he can marry her.


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