WOMAN UNDER NON-ISLAMIC CIVILIZATIONS
"The Meet urged the Greek Parliament to pass a law banningexploitation of women on the TV.
Though criticisms of theexploitation of women is fully justified, the women of these so calledadvanced countries are themselves to be blamed.
If women did notconsent there will be no pornographic publications, sex films and nudeadvertisements.
Turning to the east, we find the decadence of society, in thecommunist world equally shocking.
The Magazine, `Interphase' in itsApril 1977 issue reports:"The grave problem of the Soviet communist society is that, out ofevery two marriages one ends in divorce in most parts of WesternRussia.
In Moscow, for example, nearly 49% of the marriages ended indivorce, after the birth of the first child.
In the Mavadansk regionthe percentage of divorce is as high as 72.
The Physicians'Conference held at Moscow University in 1975 called for urgent measuresto tackle this grave social problem, concerning the high divorce rateand the low birth rate.