From this article on training Afghan police:
A village elder approached the chief of the new police during a recent patrol to complain that security forces should consult with local leaders before searching people's homes. The incident occurred just after Marines and police entered the compound of a suspected Taliban supporter.
"When you come to search a house, it is insulting because there are women there and it is against our culture and religion," said Fathi Mohammed, a 60-year-old farmer with a long gray beard and black turban.
I would say no, it's insulting because, well, it's your house. We don't do that once you move into... say about the eighteenth century.
Tags: Fourth Amendment