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Pakistan has more polygamists than anywhere sex dating bristol else in the world. Some say that they don't want to be known as polygamists. Others have a different story. Pakistan has a large number of non-muslims who are living in this polygamous lifestyle. If you have ever wondered why they are living such a lifestyle and not joining any religious sect, it is all about the money. According to the Pakistan sweedish men Census of 2011, the highest number of polygamists are in the Muslim majority areas of Karachi, Quetta, Faisalabad, and Multan, and the second highest is in Rawalpindi. The Pakistani census also showed that the number of Pakistanis who are practising polygamy has increased from 18.3% in 2000 to 26.5% in 2011. In the same period, the number of Muslims who are polytheists has also grown from 18.3% to 27.4%. What's more, as per census 2011, only 13.5% of Pakistanis are of Islamic faith, which is much lower than the figure of 40% in 2000. Many have also pointed out that the polygamous behaviour in Pakistan is because the society is patriarchal and a man does not need to be married to a wife for him to take care of her. "He can have multiple wives, so why need a wife at all?" said a Pakistani woman who was born in Saudi Arabia but moved to Karachi. Her father, in an interview to the Daily Times of Pakistan, said, "If he wants to have multiple wives and children, then he can marry a woman of other religion. If he wants to live alone with his wife, then so be it. But when a man can have more than one wife, then I think he will not take care of his children and wife. It will be too much for him." As a result, Pakistanis have adopted a strict religious code, which is quite different from other countries. The Muslim population in Pakistan is estimated to be 1.5 billion. There are 4.8 million Muslims in Pakistan, the vast majority living in the Punjab region. According to the official census, around 20% of Pakistanis are Christian, with the rest living mostly in the south, in Sindh and Baluchistan. The region is mainly dominated by Sunni Islam. However, the country is dotted with Christian minority communities, including the Sindhis, Jats, Turkmen and other ethnic groups. In the north, where Christianity still flourishes, there are also significant Sunni Muslim minorities. In Karachi, the Sunni minority is dominant, and also includes a Christian minority in North Waziristan. However, despite the indian matrimonial sites in canada fact that a large percentage edmonton muslim of the population are Sunni, Christians make up just under 10% of Pakistan's population. There is a significant difference between the percentage of Christians and the percentage of Muslims. The proportion of Christians is relatively high in Sindh and in Pakistan's south, but this has not kept pace with the increase in the Muslim population in recent decades.

The vast majority of people in the region, and even the Muslim minority, practice a form of Christianity that is considered to be a form of Islam. In the west of Pakistan, the area is divided into five major ethnic groups. All these communities have distinct and competing forms of religion, which has led to conflict, and has had a profound impact on the country's culture. The Muslim-Christian divide has had its roots in the time of the Portuguese Empire and has since divided the country into Hindu Kush and Pashtun-dominated areas. Today, the ethnic groups are divided by the province of Pashtunistan in the north-east of the country. There is a vast area in this region which is considered to be a part of India. The Pashtun communities are concentrated in North Waziristan, along the border with Afghanistan. Many of the areas in the region are very mountainous and are prone to extreme weather. The vivastreet pakistani areas in North Waziristan are the sites of intense fighting, where hundreds of militants and soldiers have died in a battle with Pakistan. The Taliban, who control the area, have been known to set fire to villages and attack civilians in revenge for perceived Pakistani atrocities.

Pashtunistan is home to many tribes of ethnic Pashtuns. The Pashtun tribes are mostly from the region around the northern border of Pakistan, in the area of Waziristan. The tribes in the region are divided into two groups: the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and the Waziristan. The KP are mainly Pashtuns and are known for their large stature, their use of large tents and their love of music. They are also known for their small size and their large size. These two tribes are often called "Dawa-e-Pashtuns" due to their large religious activities. The KP is considered to be a part of Pakistan and is part of the nation. The other group of people known as "Dawa-e-Wazirs" are a mix of Afghans and Pashtuns, and have a great number of Afghan origin people among them. The other people in the Waziristan have strong ties to the Taliban and are associated with the terrorist group al Qaeda. Both of these groups are considered to be "terrorist" by the United States and the United Kingdom. In a nutshell, the KP and Dawa-e-Pashtuns are also known as "Takfiris" as well. Takfiri groups are those that support Islamic Sharia law, a legal system that follows the strictest interpretations of Islam. They are often called terrorists because of the violence they perpetrate. The muslims marriage main difference between the Pashtuns and the Afghans is that Pashtuns are mostly non-Pashtun and are mostly Turkmen.

Some people have claimed that the Takfiris are just another version of the Taliban. These people seem to have forgotten that the Taliban have been fighting the Pashtuns since they were founded in Afghanistan. The Taliban have fought the Pashtuns, but the Pashtuns have fought back. For a long time the uae girls Pashtuns were considered a second-class citizen of Pakistan, and when they were attacked, the Taliban responded with a campaign of revenge.