What is the result when a group [priest and bishops] goes against nature?

Allama Ibtisam Elahi Zaheer said:

"Christian clergy always attack Muhammad salal laho aliehi wasalam for supporting and promoting polygamy .

In 2003 16 priests submitted a petition that they should be given permission for marriage but they were not allowed because it was taken as a violation of Christian tradition.

In 2009 in a discussion session in New York an arch bishop also recommended marriage for Bishops and priests but no one paid attention to him .

See !!!!!!what is the result when a group goes against nature???? Sexual Abuse of Young Boys by Priest and Bishops "
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Report by Mohammad Rana Usman Nisar:

Allegations of and convictions for sexual abuse by clergy has been subject to public debate in many countries (see Roman Catholic sex abuse cases by country). After the United States, the country with the next highest number of reorted cases is Ireland. A significant number of cases have also been reported in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and countries in Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia.

In 2001, lawsuits were filed in the United States and Ireland, alleging that some priests had sexually abused minors and that their superiors had conspired to conceal and otherwise abet their criminal misconduct. In 2004, the John Jay report tabulated a total of 4,392 priests and deacons in the U.S. against whom allegations of sexual abuse had been made.

Although the scandals in the U.S. and Ireland unfolded over approximately the same time period, there are some significant differences between them. In the United States, most of the abusers were parish priests under diocesan control.[citation needed] While there were also a significant number of abuse cases involving parish priests in Ireland, another major scandal involved criminal abuse committed by members of religious orders working in Catholic-run institutions such as orphanages and reform schools.[citation needed] In the United States, the abuse was primarily sexual in nature and involved mostly boys between the ages of 11 and 17; in Ireland, the allegations involved both physical and sexual abuse, and children of both sexes were involved, although a large majority were male.[citation needed]

In a statement read out by Archbishop Silvano Maria Tomasi in September 2009, the Holy See stated "We know now that in the last 50 years somewhere between 1.5% and 5% of the Catholic clergy has been involved in sexual abuse cases", adding that this figure was comparable with that of other groups and denominations. A Perspective on Clergy Sexual Abuse by Dr. Thomas Plante of Stanford University and Santa Clara University states that "approximately 4% of priests during the past half century (and mostly in the 1960s and 1970s) have had a sexual experience with a minor" which "is consistent with male clergy from other religious traditions and is significantly lower than the general adult male population which may double these numbers".Additionally, according to Newsweek magazine, the figure in the Catholic Church is similar to that in the rest of the adult population.

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Links:

Roman Catholic sex abuse cases by country
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Catholic_sex_abuse_cases_by_country

Catholic sex abuse cases
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_sex_abuse_cases

 The church and sexual abuse caseshttp://www.americancatholic.org/news/default.aspx?categoryid=37
Report on Sexual Abuse in Jang [urdu]
http://e.jang.com.pk/09-19-2011/Lahore/pic.asp?picname=1327.gif