Holanda: En dos tercios de las familias turcas y marroquíes hay violencia doméstica.
Posted by AMDG en 29/mayo/2008
Según un estudio reciente que desautoriza las cifras oficiales del Ministerio de Justicia. Ponen el caso de un turco que es un auténtico caso:
Turkish Omer says that whoever doesn’t respect him as a father, gets his pay. He had instructed his daughter to marry her cousin and when she protested he blew a fuse. He says his honor was attacked.
According to Yerden, Moroccan and Turkish families are confused. In traditional families the role-division is clear: the wife and children must be obedient to the man. If they don’t do as he wants, physical or mental violence is permissible.
But in the Netherlands, Turkish and Moroccan women often have a job and a good education. They are more independent. Yerden says that if the wife works during the day, she wouldn’t want to do housework in the evenings on her own, and that causes conflicts because the man is afraid that his family and acquaintances won’t see him as a ‘real man’.
Islam doesn’t play much of a role. Domestic violence is cultural, says Yerden.
Many offenders don’t realize they’re transgressing the law. Omer also didn’t think he did anything wrong. Yerden says that when he spoke to Omer he said: Do you know that in the Netherlands you can’t force your wife to have sex? Omer didn’t understand. It’s his wife and his penis, why should the government interfere?
Le rompió a su hija el tubo de la aspiradora en l,a cabeza, la ha azotado con cables. Le ha dicho que se case con un primo suyo. Piensa que una mujer tiene que estar en casa porque si trabaja no tendrá la casa preparada por las trades y los conocidos y la familia pueden pensar que no es un hombre como Alá manda. Cuando le dijeron que en Holanda un hombre no puede forzar sexualmente a su esposa no entendió qué querían decirle: “¿por qué tiene que meterse el gobierno entre mi mujer y mi p—–?”
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