The MPSA (Metropolitan Police Sikh Association) have charged Sikh communities with treating girls like commodities, committing appalling crimes against them.
Some scholars accused Buddhism of being “relentlessly misogynistic” and blamed Jainism for justifying domestic violence.
Source and accreditations: Elaine Storkey, Scars Across Humanity, p.190
Women even within mainstream Islamic communities can be considered to ‘belong’ to their fathers until they are passed on to their husbands. The Qur’an also appears to place an obligation upon husbands to keep control over their wives, using force if necessary. Whilst some may choose not to interpret this Qur’anic guidance literally, others may do.
Within the Christian community, a recent survey conducted in Australia shows that the men most likely to abuse their wives are evangelical Christians who attend church sporadically. Advocates say the church is not just failing to sufficiently address domestic violence; it is both enabling and concealing it.
Source: ABC http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-18/domestic-violence-church-submit-to-husbands/8652028