Land Of The Pure Is Number One

When trawling the Internet for pornography and sex, it is a surprise that a Muslim country is ranked number one in the world.  No it is not Indonesia, where the infamous Peterporn trio – Ariel, Luna Maya and Cut Tari – are from.  But rather in a very surprising revelation, it is conservative Pakistan – dubbed as the “Land of the Pure” – that is ranked top in the world by Google for this sort of internet searches. The shocking truth is that Pakistan is addicted to pornography as it outranks every other country in the world in searches per person for sex-related content.

Addicted To Sex And Pornography

Since 2005 or so, Pakistan – a Muslim country – has been consistently ranked top in searches for “sex”, “animal sex”,  “horse sex”, “donkey sex”, “camel sex”, “dog sex”, “rape pictures”, “rape sex”, “rape sex videos”, “child sex” and “child sex videos” according to Google Trends and Google Insights – Google’s tools that generate search data on the Internet.  There are other sex-related parlances originating from Pakistan which cannot be named for the purity of those reading this article.

No Vigilance Against Pornography

Gabriel Said Reynolds, a professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Notre Dame said, “You won’t find strip clubs in Islamic countries. Most Islamic countries have certain dress codes and it would be an irony if they haven’t shown the same vigilance to pornography.”  Pakistan has banned access to certain websites to block what is deemed as offensive and blasphemous material.  While pornography sites are unlikely to be included in Pakistan’s list of blocked websites, media reports say that Google, Yahoo, Bing, YouTube, Amazon, MSN and Hotmail are constantly monitored for anti-Islamic content.  Gabriel Said Reynolds said the list of blocked websites was not to “censor the Pakistani people but to shut out the rest of the world” from Pakistan.   He explained that the Pakistan authorities feared that such offensive sites (that is the non-pornographic ones) “can lead to conversion and undermine the very order of the state.”

No Punishment For Indulging Or Supporting Pornography

In May, Pakistan banned Facebook when the “Everybody Draw Muhammad Day” page appeared in Facebook, which encouraged users to upload pictures of the Prophet Muhammad.  Those charged with blasphemy in Pakistan face execution.  And this cannot be said for those who indulge in or support pornography.

Think About It

Pakistan is a conservative Muslim country.  Why are there so many searches for pornography on the Internet?  Does pornography have a detrimental effect on Muslims who indulge in it?  Why aren’t pornography sites blocked by the Pakistani government?   Would addiction to pornography lead to a decadent society? Are Pakistani children protected from such sites?

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