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“Honor cannot be stolen. It can only be surrendered. Surely, in the act of rape, it is the perpetrator, not the victim, who surrenders honor.”
—Leeza Mangaldas, “Misogyny in India: we are all guilty”
In this special folder, Family editorial team presents a diverse set of features and videos that cover the rape as a social disease. You will read voices of raped women speaking up about their dilemmas and what they went through; you will read also about the Islamic perspective of rape.
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‘He Raped Me, But My Honor Remains’
I walked into my friend’s house and greeted all the guests with salaams and a hand shake. When I reached the young Arab woman cradling a baby in her arms, I could not keep from glancing repeatedly
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