Sexual Harassment

Nourhan Sharaf Eddine
Accused of multiple cases of sexual harassment and abuse, yet never arrested, in Lebanon, Marwan Habib was finally arrested in Florida for forcing himself a woman’s hotel room. What’s next?
Eman Adel
Passant Khaled committed suicide following the online publication of fake naked photos of her. Perhaps, with her death and goodbye letter, she wished to shake up her family, her village, and Egyptian society as a whole, for them to truly feel the immense harm caused when girls are bullied and publicly shamed.
Eman Adel
“On the first day after my arrest I asked to go to the bathroom, but the officer refused. The next day I asked him again and explained I had my period. He laughed. When they removed my blindfold, I discovered my clothes were soaked in blood.”
Maya El Ammar
Sexual predators refuse to acknowledge that the world has already entered a new phase in the way it deals with sexual abuse and harassment cases.
Maya El Ammar
After streaming a video on her Facebook page revealing the extortion she faced at “Syria TV,” the Syrian journalist Maha Ghazal shared her story, and announced that she would go on with her battle to win her rights back, especially after reading the impassive statement by “Syria TV,” and the disappointing responses by “Fadaat”…
Fatima Badri
In Egypt, around 99% of Egyptian women and girls have experienced some form of sexual harassment.
Eman Adel
The Egyptian women’s solidarity with Sarah Hegazi’s story did not cease due to fears of perhaps having to eventually face suicide themselves, for every girl of this class would have met the same fate in case she’d decided to rebel against the system, or as one of them expressed briefly and eloquently: “we are Sarah Hegazi’s illegitimate sisters, and maybe the same fate awaits us…”
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني