Sexual harassment

Rabia Syed April 27, 2010

RIYADH: With reference to your story on sexual harassment titled ‘The law against sexual harassment exists, now what?’ by Sehrish Asif (April 25), the sad fact is that women are harassed practically everywhere, and not just in the workplace. Regrettably, many of them would rather suffer on their own instead of speak out against those who harass them. The story in your paper did not mention the names of those who had been harassed and that is good – but perhaps the names of those who harassed them should have been mentioned?


M.Shariq Butt | 13 years ago | Reply I am 100 and ten percent agreed with my sis Rabia and Amna. The names of the organization and the bosses would had been mentioned in the article. So that other females would avoid joining those organizations. Its really sad to see that such shamful activites are going on in a country which was taken in the name of Islam. Good work the Tribune and Ms Wasif.
Omar Farooq | 13 years ago | Reply They should be treated according to law of Islam.
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