Feminism is poison. A slow and insidious poison that destroys societies over several generations.
Its effects are beginning to be felt in the Muslim world, and not surprisingly, it is violent.
The Moroccan government has recently published the figures for divorce in Morocco for 2021. The findings are alarming, with a divorce to marriage ratio of 7/10. In other words, for every ten new marriages, seven couples divorce. This leads us to a figure moving toward 70% of divorces, a level of divorce without precedent in the Muslim World, overrunning even the Western countries.
Such a result slowly causes disheartenment of young people regarding marriage. Government figures show that in 2019, 70% of young Moroccans were not interested in marriage; in 2011, the figure was only 40%.
A report carried out by the National Observatory for Human Development, a Moroccan governmental institution, and the United Nations Development Program revealed new figures that concern the social and economic life of Moroccan youth, especially after the crisis resulting from the Corona pandemic.
The document revealed that although young Moroccans are interested in the idea of forming a family, their reluctance to marry was monitored in terms of numbers, as the percentage moved from 42 percent in 2011 to 70 percent in 2019.
Feminism in the Dock
Is it the fault of feminism?
I can already see the murtards and other liberals commenting on this article to blame the patriarchy or, even worse, Islam itself for this divorce pandemic amongst Muslims.
It is easy to dismiss these accusations, given that such a high divorce rate has never been observed historically in Muslim territories.
Isn’t it much more logical to admit that the massive increase in divorce is linked to the gradual rise of feminism and liberalism in the Muslim world, which has penetrated the Ummah through the internet and the new means of communication?
On the other hand, Moroccan experts paint us a picture that is very similar to what Europe has experienced: change of mentality and disappearance of traditional values, trauma, fear of marriage, mistrust, and late nuptials.
Professor Hassan Raqeq said, “ It is necessary to pay attention to the social approach and spread the value that has diminished and is almost extinct, which is family and family solidarity. […] so that they do not fall into the trap of idealism promoted by television series and influencers on social media, for marriage is above all integration, coexistence, and sacrifice.
What can explain this disappearance of family values? Surely, colonialism, the education system – primarily inspired by the Western world – and liberal soft power are to blame.
Our countries are progressively entangled in a vicious circle. As divorce increases, the attachment to the family is likely to disappear while hurting marriages even more. Soon, we may have to cope with a society similar to Europe. A bastard society where people no longer know marriage and no longer live in kin.
Commenting on these figures, Professor Hassan Raqeq, head of the Family Mediation Committee at the Moroccan Center for Mediation and Arbitration, said that the phenomenon of reluctance to marry had taken an upward trend in recent years, especially between 2011 and 2019, and the rise continues to this day. […]
Hassan Raqeq […] attributed (refer) the failure of young people to marry to representations rooted in the minds through the experiences of parents or relatives and friends of unsuccessful marriages,
[…] several divorced women are more apprehensive than others about repeating the experience and entering a new marital relationship, especially if the first marriage was painful.
Is It Only Because of Feminism?
The decline in attachment to traditional values in favor of feminism may not be the only culprit in this family genocide.
The Sky News article suggests that certain anti-Islamic and even haram attitudes are also responsible for this turn of events.
Raqeq also mentioned that several husbands open the door to borrowing as soon as they enter married life. The repercussions of that may plunge the family into a dark tunnel that leads it to divorce. […]
For her part, Bushra Abdo, President of the Association for Challenge and Equality, considered that the high rate of reluctance to marry is ” returned ” because if these young people want to form a stable, harmonious, peaceful family without violence, they must first have a steady income because economic independence is essential to establish a marital relationship.
Abdo added […] It should be noted that the ceiling of the ambitions of young people has changed compared to the past. Today’s generation is looking for improving its conditions, through educational attainment and the acquisition of higher degrees that would allow it to raise its income and change its living conditions for the better.” And the matter is not limited to males only, but even young women are searching for luxury and self-realization before entering into married life.
Now the love of Dunya has filled the hearts of our youth and turned them away from what is important. Worse still, some of them go so far as to wage war against Allah by taking out haram loans in the hope of finding a stable marriage.
This is beyond silly!
When it is not feminism that undermines the Ummah, materialism encourages them to pursue the worldly rather than the hereafter. Furthermore, debased secularism pushes them to follow their man-made laws rather than the perfect laws of the Creator.
Feminism, materialism, secularism, all these -ism are names united under one banner. Like siblings, they all come from the same progenitor: modernism — the same modernism that promises to lead humanity toward a new order of transhumanism and the extinction of mankind.
Are you ready for this hellish nightmare?