Originally posted by iqbal-pallavii partly agree with you... i am too against violence but do you really think Asad was in a state to judge what is right and what is wrong at that point of time... he was not in a state to investigate... yes there are other ways to sort out but not at that point of time when you are loosing the person who gave you birth... your mind is not in a state to judge
I'm not going to say it's right not because he's a man and Zoya's a women, I am against violence, doesn't matter who actually causes it the man or the women, it's WRONG, plain and simple wrong especially when there's other ways that it could have been handled. I understand the position Asad was in, I do - every one comes to that point in their life that they want to physically hurt somebody, but to actually strike them without knowing everything that's despicable. And most of the forum members are outraged because yes Zoya is
a women, and for all the talks about equality when it comes to physical strength a man will always be that much stronger, they could actually seriously harm a women whereas when a women hits a man it normally doesn't even affect them unless the women is some sort of body builder.