Domestic violence can be found in all cultures, societies, races, classes, religions, and among men and women, but the types of violent behavior and the context of this behavior vary across communities. According to world statistics, about 90 percent of victims of domestic violence are women and about 10 percent of men. However, a recent comparison between modern societies and traditional societies or transitioning from tradition to modernity shows that violence within families of traditional societies is high. It has become more and more cultural and social backgrounds in justifying violent behavior and sometimes keeping it that kind of dealing with violence and related problems. The family shakes the basic shackle of society and acts of violence will have unfortunate consequences and bad reactions.