Father cries for Ayyan, daughter turns the other cheek

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Model Ayyan Ali has once again refused to meet her father Raja Hafiz during her court appearance on Monday.

The model appeared before a Customs Court in Rawalpindi in the money laundering case.

During the court appearance, her counsel Latif Khosa requested the court to ask Ayyan’s father to leave the court room.

In reply, Raja Hafiz said that he wanted to meet his daughter while he was being denied a meeting every time.

Judge Rana Aftab said that Ayyan has submitted a written statement saying that she did not want to meet her father.

The judge asked Ayyan whether she was ready to meet her father, she replied ‘no’. Upon which he asked her father to leave the court room.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Allah s.a.w will punish the person who denies their parents request. Disobeying and hurting their feelings. The fathers wrath is severe.

  2. […] Model Ayyan Ali has once again refused to meet her father Raja Hafiz during her court appearance on Monday. The model appeared before a Customs Court in Rawalpindi in the money laundering case. During the court appearance, her counsel Latif Khosa requested the court to ask Ayyan’s father to leave the court room. In reply, Raja Hafiz said that he wanted to meet his daughter while he was being denied a meeting every time. Judge Rana Aftab said that Ayyan has submitted a written statement saying that she did not want to meet her father. The judge asked Ayyan whether she was ready to meet her father, she replied ‘no’. Upon which he asked her father to leave the court room. …read more […]

  3. Ayyan should set aside her differences with her father and meet him. She needs him more than anyone.

  4. may be her father compelled her to do what can she gain from it more than she has now and that is why she does not want to her father she is showing her anger that why and for what has she been facing these matters because it might all be of his unfair conducts and demands he could have made of her by doing such may Allah never give such father and daughters to anyone where the limits and code of conduct between a daughter and father gets down like this

  5. There must be some reason behind it. This is an unforgivable offence and every effort should be made to reconcile both.

  6. None of us know the reason she doesn't want to speak to him. Maybe he was a horrible father towards her. We don't know and it's not really our business. People should stop condemning her for refusing to meet with him. ''Obedience'' to your parents comes out of love, not out of coercion. A loving parent does not demand obedience.

  7. The expression ''Turn the other cheek'' does not mean what the writer is implying. It has absolutely nothing to do with ignoring someone; quite the opposite! It means to be defiant in the face of cruelty or injustice. For example: if someone slaps you across the face, you present the other cheek as if to say ''slap me again if you have the courage to''.

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