o what if you are my father. That does not mean you can rob me”, that was a famous line said by the iconic Egyptian comedian Adel Imam to his father, Nazeem Sha’rawi in the famous 1970s ‘School Rioters’ play. Such a remark might sound totally strange to the Arab world whereas in America even inside their homes people are subjected to law. For example, a Muslim husband is held accountable if he assaults his wife even after producing one thousand religious fatwas allowing Muslim husbands to beat their wives.
A while ago, news flew around about celebrity Angelina Jolie’s child abuse accusations against her ex-husband Brad Pitt, and claimed that he had beaten up his son as a result of a fight between them on a flight. So, the FBI, the highest investigation authority of that great country, got involved and stated that it was gathering information about the alleged incident. The child and family authority