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Zeba, the princess who ran away for love Pakistan
« on: August 18, 2011, 10:39:17 AM »
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    She is Muslim, he is Catholic. She fled Pakistan to come to live in Italy with her Italian boyfriend after her family said they were going to marry her off to one of her cousins

     

    She is beautiful, it has to be said. She resembles a sweet warrior princess. Zeba, as she is called, has dark eyes, jet-black hair, and a radiant complexion. But beneath this beautiful surface lies a courageous free and hopeful soul. Zeba has the fiery look of someone who has taken a life changing step. The life of a 28 year old girl who has left her country, Pakistan, along with her family, friends and university, to flee to Italy and marry the man that she loves. She ran away because she was hounded by the bureaucracy of death, by that law that prevents a Muslim woman from marrying a Christian. “My family, she says in a near whisper, wanted to force me to marry one of my cousins. I said no, this time, no. Some Italian friends helped me escape. Now, with him by my side and thanks to these friends, I can make a fresh start.” The boy in question is Davide (not actual name, editor’s note), a 29 year old IT expert who works as a manager for a large company.


    Davide and Zeba met four years ago in an Italian city through common friends. About a month later she returned to Pakistan, to her journalism studies at the University of Quad-e-Azam in Islamabad and to her passion for art. But since then, not one day has gone past without them speaking on the phone. “We met again after two whole years, she recalls, and became even more convinced that sooner or later, regardless of existing difficulties, we would be able to share our lives together.”

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    Zeba, the princess who ran away for love Pakistan
    « Reply #1 on: August 18, 2011, 10:44:11 AM »
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  • I don't see any proof that she's converting so I'm really not very into this story. How do we know that she's not as much "in love" with that diabolical religion of hers as she is with this man?
    For those who I have unjustly offended, please forgive me. Please disregard my posts where I lacked charity and you will see that I am actually a very nice person. Disregard my opinions on "NFP", "Baptism of Desire/Blood" and the changes made to the sacra


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    Zeba, the princess who ran away for love Pakistan
    « Reply #2 on: August 18, 2011, 10:55:16 AM »
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  • Quote from: Daegus
    I don't see any proof that she's converting so I'm really not very into this story. How do we know that she's not as much "in love" with that diabolical religion of hers as she is with this man?


    It is what it is.

    She's cohabitating with him, which is almost as bad as disobeying your parents.

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    Zeba, the princess who ran away for love Pakistan
    « Reply #3 on: August 19, 2011, 02:24:44 PM »
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  •    She may have a secret plan to convert him. Who knows?
    "the brave feminist hijabi girl", is a new widespread propaganda to curb "the medieveal, oppressed blonde one". So be careful of any "tigress type" of women you see in newspapers, TV etc. be they covered or not.

     

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