Khalil ul Rehman’s  Shocking Claim: Marry Four Women or Risk Turning Them into Prostitutes!

In a recent YouTube podcast, controversial writer Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar made a provocative statement that has sparked widespread outrage. Qamar claimed that if men in Pakistan are not permitted to marry four wives, a practice allowed under Sharia law, women in the country would inevitably turn to prostitution. Known for his incendiary remarks, Qamar urged women to accept polygamy to maintain their societal status.

This shocking statement came on the heels of a controversy involving Qamar’s disrespectful behavior towards a female participant on a television program. Doubling down on his stance, he asserted that men cannot change their nature and suggested polygamy as a means to prevent extramarital relationships.

Qamar argued that the gender imbalance in Pakistan—with 36% boys and 64% girls—necessitates polygamy to avoid a situation where a significant number of women might become prostitutes. He defended his position by stating that he criticizes men as well and is not against women. According to Qamar, men’s inherent inclination towards having multiple wives should be embraced by women to protect their social status. He further argued that while men’s extramarital affairs could be forgiven as they might destroy a household, women’s infidelity could destroy generations.

Additionally, Qamar took a jab at actress Saba Qamar, vowing never to cast her again due to her “vulgar” dressing choices, which he claimed went against cultural norms. He labeled women who believe men will change as “the most foolish in the world,” reinforcing his belief in the unchanging nature of men.

The statement has ignited a firestorm of criticism from various quarters, with many condemning Qamar’s views as regressive and misogynistic. Women’s rights activists and social media users have called for greater respect and equality for women, challenging the outdated notions perpetuated by Qamar’s comments.

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