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Women In Pakistan And Across The World Are Coming Forward With Harassment Incidents They’ve Faced In Mosques

#MosqueMeToo is trending on Twitter and we’ll tell you why.   Earlier, a facebook user from Pakistan took to Facebook to open up about an incident and how it marred her entire experience of going to the Kaaba In an article by Stepfeed, Sabica highlighted her ordeal. It happened when …

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While The Government Has Announced It, Can Transgenders Be Sent As Volunteers On Hajj Legally?

The government of Pakistan has announced that it will send transgenders as volunteers on Hajj.   Around 150 scouts are being sent to Saudi Arabia and they will serve as Khuddamul Hujjaj or volunteers at Hajj. This year transgenders will also be a part of this team Source: dawn.com In …

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Women Are Sharing How They’ve Faced Harassment Even During Hajj And The World Is Shocked

A pilgrimage as holy as the Hajj, one does not expect harassment stories to emerge. However, women are coming forward with stories that prove that a holy place is no guarantee that harassment won’t occur.   Several women have faced harassment while performing Hajj They never opened up about it …

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