Thousands of girls, alone, in groups and with their classmates and work, walked through a path they had never thought they would pass without verbal or sexual harassment even earlier, before popular demonstrations began in Iraq.
22-year-old Samar walks the same way daily to Tahrir Square, without fear of harassment and harassment of her clothes or facial features, and the curvature of her waist. By overcoming all the demonstrators and with the support of the demonstrators, the phenomenon of harassment was one of the most prominent problems of society.
Who could go to the eastern gate, where Tahrir Square is close to it, in the heart of Baghdad, says activist Samar, with his popular markets, frequented only by men. The girl is wearing the Black abaya.
The girl who helps me, who protects me from suffocation, puts me a pepsi drink, water mixed with yeast, or a liquid nutrient solution, in my eyes and mouth, to save me from the tear gas, which gives me a piece of bread or cakes, or a plate of "dolmah". -How do I harass her? It is impossible for anyone to dare to harass any girl ... Ahmed Karim told us in Tahrir Square.