Pakistani High Court Bans Valentine’s Day; See Their Reason

Pakistan has become the latest country to ban Valentine’s Day after a judge yesterday ruled on Valentine’s Day, putting a ban on celebrating the Christian holiday..

A city-wide blackout on all V-Day promotions was also enforced.

According to newspaper Dawn, court petitioner, Abdul Waheed said that it violated Islamic teachings.
He said that instead of love, it promoted “immorality, nudity and indecency,”

The ruling was handed down by the Islamabad High Court, following an unsuccessful attempt to ban the festival last year.

Last year President Mamnoon Hussain urged Pakistanis not to observe Valentine’s Day, which he criticised as a Western import that threatened to undermine Islamic values..

He said;

“Valentine’s Day has no connection with our culture and it should be avoided,”

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  • WillieBravo

    Can’t blame them though. Valentine has become something else in modern times.

  • Benjamin Obi Madu

    Valentine day is not a Christian holiday, it started before Christianity came about!

  • comrade segun

    Na them sabi

  • Mezzy Gilbert


  • Cornel Nwankwo

    That is good for them, not interested

  • Kenny D Osonwa

    Okay na
    Good for them.. .

  • Olovo Obinna

    Their reasons holds no water joor…..theyvare just intimidating Christians
    ….is the country only meant for Muslims..,..

    • Mezzy Gilbert

      Majority of Pakistan re Muslims, tgat was y they broke out of Indian

      • Olovo Obinna

        I see

    • comrade segun

      I wonder oooo

  • vivian Ify

    “Valentine’s Day has no connection with our culture and it should be avoided,”…OK o..good for une