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Anita Kanitz
1 year ago
„Together women are strong. Together we make a change. Together we triumph!
-Anita Kanitz

"If you are a survivor of sexual and domestic violence, rape and abuse, psychic terror and sadistic stalking, be proud of yourself. Because you have survived, in spite of everything, with all your courage, strength and bravery."
-Anita Kanitz

"If sexual and domestic violence, sexual slavery, rape and domestic homicide and sex murder continue to be trivialized worldwide and remain almost unpunished, we need not be surprised that women, girls, female children and female babies around the world are experiencing a global cruel genocide. A female holocaust that threatens the future of humanity: Sexual and domestic crimes, murders and femicide must punished with the strictest penalties in the world, otherwise one day there will be no more women in the world and that will be very soon! "
-Anita Kanitz

“over and over victims are blamed for their assaults. and when we imply that victims bring on their own fates - whether to make ourselves feel more efficacious or to make the world seem just - we prevent ourselves from taking the necessary precautions to protect ourselves. Why take precautions? We deny the trauma could easily have happened to us. And we also hurt the people already traumatized. Victims are often already full of self-doubt, and we make recovery harder by laying inspectors blame on them.”
― Anna C. Salter, Predators: Pedophiles, Rapists, And Other Sex Offenders


“From New Delhi to New York, from Durban to Rio; women and
girls are been hunted down by rapists, abused by pedophiles and
emotionally decapitated by a society that is becoming increasingly
hostile to the womenfolk”
― Oche Otorkpa

Books calling for action against rape and misogyny:

"The Stepford Wives " by Ira Levin:
For Joanna, her husband, Walter, and their children, the move to beautiful Stepford seems almost too good to be true. It is. For behind the town's idyllic facade lies a terrible secret -- a secret so shattering that no one who encounters it will ever be the same.

At once a masterpiece of psychological suspense and a savage commentary on a media-driven society that values the pursuit of youth and beauty at all costs, The Stepford Wives is a novel so frightening in its final implications that the title itself has earned a place in the American lexicon.

Unspeakable Things by Laurie Penny

You can discover Penny’s work by going down a rabbit hole of brilliance revealed in Molly Crabapple’s Drawing Blood. In Unspeakable Things, Penny presents a raw, ranting manifesta on gender and power, including the prevalence of sexual violence.

Yes Means Yes! edited by Jaclyn Friedman and Jessica Valenti

Jaclyn Friedman is a writer, speaker, and activist. Jessica Valenti is the woman behind Feministing. Together, they present an anthology that unpacks issues of rape culture and explores the shift in consent education from “no means no” to “yes means yes.”

Asking for It by Louise O’Neill

Recently published, Asking for It is a YA novel that tackles head-on a young girl’s rape, the public shaming she has to endure afterward, and the effects this has on her as a woman. It’s good to see more and more works of YA refusing to flinch in the face of an issue that is sadly common.

Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

The protagonist of this novel has been the victim of a gang rape. The reader follows her attempts to rise above and past this traumatizing incident’s personal repercussions. It is only recently that Knoll revealed just how much this story grew out of her own personal experience. Her heart-wrenching personal essay on Lenny Letter—in which she “comes out” as a victim of sexual assault—had me in tears. For more fiction that tackles issues of sexual assault, read this roundup Nicole wrote last year.

April was Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It is now May. This topic is evergreen. It continues to be worth our while to amplify the voices that shout out against rape culture and then, perhaps, to add our own.


There are many crimes against women, girls and female childs: Domestic and sexual violence, street harassment, workplace harassment, catcalling, Eve teasing, taharrush gamea, rape culture, mass and gang rapes, war rapes, child rapes, marital rapes, dowry murder, forced and child marriages, FGM, sex slavery, women, girls and child trafficking, forced prostitution, rape pornography, online harassment, sadistic stalking, domestic and sexual murder, acid attacks, femicide, female infanticide, daily hate speech and sexism, sadistic and forced sexual practices, lack of freedom, education and human rights, forced dress codes like chador and burqa, victim blaming of assault, stalking, bullying and rape victims,witch hunts, widow murders, executions like stoning for rape and assault victims, imprisonment and punishment of female victims..
Violence against women, girls and female childs - particularly intimate partner violence and sexual violence - are major public health problems and violations of women's human rights and childrens rights..
Recent global prevalence figures indicate that about 1 in 3 (35%) of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime.
Most of this violence is intimate partner violence. Worldwide, almost one third (30%) of women who have been in a relationship report that they have experienced some form of physical and/or sexual violence by their intimate partner.
Globally, as many as 38% of murders of women are committed by an intimate partner.
Violence can negatively affect women’s physical, mental, sexual and reproductive health, and may increase vulnerability to HIV.
Factors associated with increased risk of perpetration of violence include low education, child maltreatment or exposure to violence in the family, harmful use of alcohol, attitudes accepting of violence and gender inequality.
Factors associated with increased risk of experiencing intimate partner and sexual violence include low education, exposure to violence between parents, abuse during childhood, attitudes accepting violence and gender inequality.
There is evidence from high-income settings that school-based programmes may be effective in preventing relationship violence (or dating violence) among young people.
In low-income settings, primary prevention strategies, such as microfinance combined with gender equality training and community-based initiatives that address gender inequality and relationship skills, hold promise.
Situations of conflict, post conflict and displacement may exacerbate existing violence, such as by intimate partners, and present additional forms of violence against women.

Global violence uniquely affects the girl child. Although international legal instruments have been in place for decades to protect the girl child, thousands of brutal acts of violence and neglect specifically targeting the girl child can be observed around the world on a daily basis. For centuries, girls who have barely attained adolescence have been forced into marriage, often with men many years their senior. As a minor, a girl child cannot legally give her consent to enter into such a partnership. They have suffered in female genital mutilation rituals. They are traded, bought, and sold across national borders as commodities to be put to use as prostitutes or slaves, or merely to be sold again at a profit. Many girls are even victimized before birth, as technology and greater access to medicine have given rise to prenatal sex selection and selection abortion based on sex. Girls continue to face the threat of sexual harassment and abuse in workplaces and schools. Their lives may be taken for the “honor” of their families for speaking to strangers or committing other minor transgressions. Violence against the girl child has become a powerful and all-too-common tactic in times of war and humanitarian disaster.

That is the reason why I am fighting my whole life for human rights, women and girls rights and children's rights. But it is not enough, day by day the world is getting a more dangerous and barbaric place for childs, girls and women! And the greatest danger on earth for all of us are the male humans, what a shame for humankind!

Femicide, misogyny, stalking, sexual violence, rape culture, hate speech is everywhere:

Horrible rape and murder cases worldwide:

The most horribe rape and murder case in history:

Junko Furuta, Japan, (1988):

In the hands of hearthless evils:
Furuta was a 17-year-old Japanese girl whose case became known as the “concrete-encased high school girl murder case.” Furuta was kidnapped by four teenage boys and, aside from the brutality of the assaults against her, the most disturbing thing is that she was held at one of the kidnapper’s houses and his parents were present the entire time, knew what was going on, and did nothing to stop it.
Also extremely disturbing is that Furuta turned 17 while she was in captivity and enduring these horrors. There’s something tremendously upsetting about that.
To avoid concern over her abduction, the perpetrators forced Furuta to call her parents and tell them that she would be staying at a friend’s house for a while. Over the course of her confinement, Furuta was repeatedly raped, beaten, and tortured by her four captors until they killed her. The parents of Kamisaku were present in the home for at least a part of the time that Furuta was held captive, and though she pleaded with them for help, they did not intervene, later claiming that they feared their son too much to do so.
Furuta was held captive in the Minato residence for forty days, where she was abused, raped and tortured. They also invited and encouraged their other friends from Yakuza, to torment Furuta. According to their trial statements, the four of them: Raped her over 400 times.
• Beat her several times.
• Starved her.
• Hanged her body from the ceiling and used her as a "punching bag"
• Dropped barbells onto her stomach several times.
• Forced her to eat live cockroaches and drink her own urine.
• Forced her to masturbate in front of them.
• Inserted foreign objects into her vagina and anus.
• Shoved a still-lit light bulb into her vagina.
• Set fireworks into her anus, vagina, mouth and ears.
• Burnt her vagina and clitoris with cigarettes and lighters.
• Burnt her eyelids with hot wax and lighters
• Tore off her left nipple with pliers.
• Pierced her breasts with sewing needles.

The killers hid her corpse in a 208-litre oil drum filled with concrete. They disposed of the drum in a tract of reclaimed land in Kōtō, Tokyo.
All of them were getting low penalties, because they were juveniles. My opinion is, every one of these heartless devils need the death penalty! But there is no justice on earth for rape and murder victims, because we are living in patriarchy!

Ajmer Rape Case (1992), India:

It was a brutal and inhuman case of coerced sexual exploitation in Ajmer, Rajasthan. A gang raped over 100 of school girls. They clicked their naked photos to further exploit them. After being raped, depressed victims committed suicide.

Jalgaon Rape Case (1993), India:

It is one of the prime cases of human trafficking in Maharashtra. Near about 500 innocent girls and women were raped and sold off and most of them were school girls.



The (1993) Houston gangrapes, U.S.:

On the last night of their lives in 1993, 16-year-old Elizabeth Pena and 14-year-old Jennifer Ertman had taken a short cut through a railroad bridge in an attempt to make it home before their 11:30 curfew. But they never did.
Pena and Ertman were grabbed by a gang named the Black and Whites on the railroad bridge, and raped for the next one hour. All the six rapists in the gang were teenagers, the youngest Vinnie Medellin, being just 14.
As per the medical examiner, Pena's two front teeth had been knocked out, while two of Ertman's ribs were broken after she had died. The testimony also showed that their necks were stomped upon after they were strangled to death to ensure that "they were really dead."

Murder of Kelly Anne Bates, (1996), U.K.:

Kelly Anne Bates (18 May 1978 – 16 April 1996) was a British teenager who was murdered in Manchester on 16 April 1996 when aged 17 She was tortured, abused, raped, mutilated over a period of four weeks, including having her eyes gouged from their sockets up to three weeks before her death, by her partner James Patterson Smith (born c. 1948) before being drowned in a bathtub.
The murder inquiry was headed by Detective Sergeant Joseph Monaghan of Greater Manchester Police, who said: "I have been in the police force for 15 years and have never seen a case as horrific as this." William Lawler, the pathologist who examined Bates' body, described her injuries as "the worst he had seen on a murder victim" Smith, a misogynist with a history of violence and torture against former sexual partners, denied murdering Bates but was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment on 19 November 1997.

The gruesome rape and murder case, Karine Schaaff, France, (2001)

Sunday, July 22, 2001, not far from the northern French town of Bitche. The bike of 16-year-old Karine Schaaff is found abandoned on the roadside. What exactly happened?
Ten days later the police discoverd her corpse a few miles away in the forest. On the bike are white traces of paint and on the road skid marks and parts of a car flashing light. The evidence leads to the trail of a respectable family father, Stéphane Krauth, 28 years old.
In the course of the investigation it turned out that he pursued Karine Schaaff by car and she was deliberately hit and injured. He beat her and stunned her with tear gas. The injured on the head girl was kidnapped by him in a nearby forest, there mistreated and raped and then burned. The cruel crime shocked all France.
Her mother has left her child's room as it was because she can not bear that her cruelly murdered child will not return.
Karine Schaaff was a diligent student and a decent happy girl. She had good grades and wanted to become an architect. This dream was destroyed by a male heartless monster.

Jessica Lunsford Case. (2005), U.S.:

On February 24, 2005 in Homosassa, Florida, a 9 year old girl went missing from her house. Her name was Jessica Lunsford. She was abducted from her home, raped not once but twice and killed by 46 years old John Couey. In his confession, Couey said that he raped Lunsford in his bedroom twice. Then he put her in his closet and ordered her to remain silent.
Three days after her abduction, Couey tricked Jessica into getting into a garbage bag, and buried her alive. On August 24, 2007, Couey was sentenced to death, after carrying three consecutive life sentences. However, on September 30, 2009, before the sentences could be carried out he died of natural causes.

The murder of Oksana Makar,(2012), Ukraine:

Oksana Makar was a few months away from her 19th birthday when she was gangraped by three men in Mykolaiv, Ukraine in March, 2012.
However, Makar's agony did not end there. Her assailants attempted to strangle her after the rape, and later moved her to a deserted construction site, where she was set on fire alive. Makar, after burning for hours, was discovered the next morning, still breathing. Two weeks later, she succumbed to her injuries from the burn and smoke inhalation. As per reports, since unmarried, she was buried in a wedding dress.


Delhi Gang Rape and Murder Case (2012), gang rape, torture and murder of Jyoti Singh, India:

16 December 2012 is the darkest day in the history of India. Delhi Gang rape and murder case was one of the most brutal cases not only in India but in the world. She was beaten, gang raped, tortured, mutilated. The intestine was torn out of her. Jyoti Singh died after the cruel gang rape and mutilation. All the six convicted people were arrested and one of them Ram Singh committed suicide in a trial period in jail. Four of them were sentenced to get hanged and the young boy under 18 was sent for three years to a juvenile home. But all five culprits are alive until now!

Rape and murder of Anene Booysen (2013), South Africa:

Anene Booysen (October 30, 1995 – February 2, 2013) was a 17-year-old girl who was found by a security guard the morning after she had been gang-raped and disemboweled by having her abdomen slit open at a construction site in Bredasdorp, in the Western Cape, South Africa on February 2, 2013; she was still alive, but died later in the day. Anene Booysen was found by a security guard lying a short distance from her house after spending time at a bar on the evening of February 2, 2013. She died from her injuries in hospital six hours later. She managed to identify one of her attackers before her death.
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma condemned the attack as "shocking, cruel and most inhumane". The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), South Africa's biggest labour union, called for mass action over rape in South Africa. Opposition parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko called for parliamentary hearings. The United Nations issued a statement strongly condemning the rape and murder. On 13 February, a protest, led by Annie Lennox, was staged at St. George's Cathedral, Cape Town.
Booysen and Reeva Steenkamp, both young South African women killed in 2013, were named SA Persons of the year 2013 by the Daily Maverick.

Rohtak Gang Rape (2015), India:

This was the worst case of rape as a woman’s naked, half-eaten body was found in Haryana’s Rohtak, with sticks and stones inserted in her. The 28-year-old woman’s body was found gnawed at by animals and with key organs missing, two arms and the left side of the body was gone. The police said sticks, stones and condoms were stuffed into her private parts. All the arrested men are from one village nine km from Rohtak.


Jisha Rape and Murder Case (2016), India:

The 30-year-old Indian woman was found by her mother. Her body had at least 30 stab wounds. Parts of her intestines had been removed using something sharp and she had a serious head injury. Later in a postmortem report, it was revealed that she was strangled, tortured and sexually assaulted before she died.

Sadistic rape, sexual torture and mutilation and murder of Kim Wall, Denmark, (2017):

The murder of Kim Wall, 30 years old, also referred to in Denmark as Ubådssagen ("The submarine case"), took place in August 2017 in Køge Bay. Wall, a Swedish freelance journalist, disappeared after last being seen with entrepreneur Peter Madsen on board his midget submarine UC3 Nautilus. Her body was later found dismembered and dumped in the bay. On 25 April 2018, Madsen was convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment by Copenhagen City Court.
On 10 August 2017, Wall and boyfriend Ole Stobbe were preparing to host a farewell party in Refshaleøen prior to their planned move to Beijing on 16 August. Shortly before the party, she received a text from entrepreneur Peter Madsen, with whom she had requested an interview earlier in the year, inviting her to interview him on board his midget submarine UC3 Nautilus. She agreed to join him on the submarine for two hours and boarded Nautilus around 19:00 local time (UTC+2). The submarine failed to return to the harbour and Stobbe called the police at 01:43 to report Wall missing. The submarine was sighted in Køge Bay just southeast of Amager by Drogden lighthouse at 10:30; it foundered at 11:00. Madsen was arrested after being rescued from the bay and charged with negligent manslaughter; police suspected that he had scuttled the submarine.
Madsen initially stated that he had dropped Wall off on land, but then admitted to dumping her body at sea after she died in what he claimed was an accident onboard the submarine. On 21 August, Wall's torso was found washed up on a beach in the southwest of Amager. A post-mortem examination found 15 stab wounds, mostly in the groin. Police probed possible links to other murder cases in Scandinavia, including the unsolved death of 22-year-old Kazuko Toyonaga in 1986 in Copenhagen, but did not find connections to any of them.
Madsen testified in a court hearing on 5 September that Wall died after being struck on the head by the submarine's hatch cover. The prosecution said that police had found videos on Madsen's computer showing women being murdered, and that witnesses said that they had seen Madsen watching videos of decapitation and practising asphyxiation sex. On 6 October, police divers found two plastic bags in Køge Bay containing Wall's head, legs, clothes and a knife; six days later, a saw was found in the water. The post-mortem found no signs of blunt trauma to the head and did not determine the cause of death. Later that month, Madsen changed his story, admitting to dismembering her body but continuing to deny intentionally killing her, saying that she may have died after poisonous exhaust gases entered the submarine while he was on deck The post-mortem showed no signs of exhaust gases in Wall's lungs. On 21 and 29 November, police divers found Wall's arms in the bay.
On 16 January 2018, Madsen was charged with murder, indecent handling of a corpse, and sexual assault. The prosecution accused him of having tortured Wall before killing her by cutting her throat or strangling her. His trial began on 8 March. On 25 April, he was convicted of all three charges and sentenced to life imprisonment. Madsen immediately appealed the verdict. On 7 May his solicitor declared that he had no energy for a new trial. Thus he didn't appeal the question of guilt, only the life sentence.

Rape victim is in danger to be executed for self defense, Sudan, Noura Hussein (2018):

Justice For Noura Hussein| Don't let execute Noura for self defense against the man who raped her!

The sad case of child marriage and child rape and FGM survivor Noura Hussein :
At 16, Noura was forcibly married off by her father. She refused, and in protest left her family home on the outskirts of Khartoum to stay with her aunt in Sinnar, a city almost 250 kilometers away. Noura lived with her relative for three years before her father called to say that the wedding was cancelled, and that she should come home.
Upon her arrival, Noura found that she had been tricked, that the wedding to which she had never agreed was still happening, and shortly after was given away to her unchosen husband.
According to her testimony, Noura refused to consummate the marriage, resisting him for the first four days. On the fifth, she says her husband raped her, with the help of a number of his male relatives (cousins and some people said the husband's brothers as well), pinned her down while he was raping her right before their eyes. She was a victim of infibulation and a virgin, the whole intercourse was a gruesome sexual torture. All men beat, mocked and abused her. These men are sadistic monesters and every one of them deserves the death penalty, not the innocent victim of this horrible crime! That was sexual torture, because Nora was a virgin and a victim of infibulation (the cutting of all genitals and the closing oft the wounds, which must opened by the husband by force, a knife or a razor, what a sadistic wedding night!)The following day, when her husband attempted to rape her again, she stabbed him in self defence and it killed him. When she told her family, her father delivered her to the police, and then disowned her.
That was in 2017. On Sunday, April 29, 2018, Noura was found guilty in court of premeditated murder, the punishment for which is death by hanging.
There is a article about Noura on WhatsApp, a platform that has grown to be a main “news” source for Sudanese across the world. This means “news” because much of the information shared over WhatsApp should be taken with a grain of salt, as many of the topics shared take on an exaggerated quality. But the platform does prove useful, occasionally exposing us to issues that either don’t make it on international newsdesks (nobody wants to hear about anything from Sudan that isn’t war or terrorism), or provide a look into the corners of our lives that folks (read: government/society) prefer to stay hidden.
Noura’s story isn’t new, that it isn’t even uncommon. It is worldwide common that women who had been married off against their will, who suffered in silence at the hands of their husbands, whose families had all but abandoned them and/or who tacitly or actively supported their husbands’ (and their families’) abuse.
The sad truth is that we hate to admit is that the only thing that makes Noura’s story extraordinary is that she killed him. Her circumstance is a daily occurrence that the openminded and “enlightened” of women might not approve of, but will put up with because “that’s just an unfortunate part of Sudan culture”. We must put up with it because the enduring silence of the women who suffer this fate allows our feathers to remain unruffled, it keeps our delicate sensibilities unaffected, it allows us to stay complacent.
Noura’s story is extraordinary because she killed her abuser, and that is what she is being faulted for in the court of law and public opinion (and from which all of the following throughout this article are real quotes).
“She should have reasoned with him”, “she should have told her family”, “she should have gone to court, she should have found another way”. The last days have been a flood of should-haves, each one more patronizing than the last, each one ignoring the facts of her case, of her circumstance, of her culture.
How could she have reasoned with a man who wasn’t reasonable enough to accept her adamant rejection of him?
How could she seek refuge in her family, the same people who put her in this position in the first place? The same people who, when she *did* seek refuge, abandoned her?
What other way was there for her to find? How does a 19 year old with no family support gain the access and tools needed to navigate her way through the legal system to get autonomy from her husband? And how long does that take? And how many are successful?
The last days have exposed the ignorance, the callousness, the violent misogyny. There are many voices that if a female assault or rape victim is killing the culprit or culprits in selfdefense, then she must die a terrible death, because the lifes of males are standing above lifes of females. The females have no rights on their own bodies and souls but the men have the God given power over them. What a heinous shame for all men worldwide!
“She’s guilty, it’s his right, she can’t refuse him”, “He’s not a man for getting his cousins to help….. he should have just drugged her”, “Tf you talking about, [she’s] his wife he can f*ck her daily if he wants, Allah said that.” One news article read, “Bride Kills Husband on Their Honeymoon […] She stabbed him repeatedly after he tried to take his religious right from her by force.”
The society does not recognize marital rape and the Islam uses hadith (narrations) and other religious texts to justify it.
The society holds women accountable for the heinous actions of men, and then tells them to grin and bear it. “She didn’t choose to marry him, but her father chose for her, what can she do?” “Yes, he raped her, but she shouldn’t have killed him.” “Yes, he raped her, but she killed him in an inappropriate way.” (yes, that is the word-for-word quote) The society does not recognize a woman’s right to her body, to choice, to life.
The society does not want to come to terms with the heinous acts that it practices and values it holds. the society thinks its ignorance is “fringe”, and hides behind the pristine image of “culture and tradition” that it has painstakingly curated. It digs its head in the sand and shows its ass to the world. “Our men don’t involve other men in rape, and not family. It’s not our culture. There must be more to the story.”
To preserve this image, Islam will tell us to put faith in a justice system that it bashes on a daily basis. Noura was painted by the prosecution as a woman who, unprovoked, “brutally” murdered her husband in cold blood. They denied the rape. They did not provide a counter-motive. Even without cause or motive, they never questioned her mental state or theorized on what drove her to commit such a crime – and the justice system did not ask them to. It was content to cast a quick and dirty guilty verdict.
Every country protects the perpetrators and demonizes the victims. It sentences a teenager to death, and gives a convicted rapist a presidential pardon (look it up)."
The real criminals in this case are the father, the husband and his relatives, because they make a terrible crime against a underaged girl. That’s is common worldwide, child rape, sex slavery, rape culture. If in Sudan there is a hanging, then of these criminals for their crime not for the victim, which has defend herself. I have done the same in her case and every other girl, female child and woman, if we have the chance to get a weapon. That’s fact!
Where is the justice for victims like Noura, they have worldwide not any chance! That must be changed! Enough is enough! The time for change is now!

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Anurag Bhardwaj
1 year ago
Kaha so gyi Sarkar.....are un murtiyo ka kya hoga jb insaaniyat hi nhi bchegi to....
Dunia walo us bchhi k dard ko Jan kr dekho....rooh kaanp uthegi

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Deep Pandey
1 year ago
We want justice

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Akansha Tiwari
1 year ago
Death should b given vthout second thought.

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Pusarla Bharath
1 year ago
Bharath ram

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Raghvendra Gathaina
1 year ago
Culprits to be hanged.

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Rahul Sharan
1 year ago
We need justice , ..

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Sanjit Burnwal
1 year ago
My heart sinks thinking about the gravity of this crime. A 3 year old baby raped? Where is our morality and humanity going? The culprits should be hanged and more stringent laws should be made for cases related to rapes of minors. May God bless your soul twinkle and give strength to your parents to live with your loss and fight for your justice.

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Rajiv Gautam
1 year ago
I too support the cause.

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Pritam Das
1 year ago
My friend told me to and I support everything