A video circulating of a person trying to harass a woman in front of a shopping mall in the Saudi city of Jeddah sparked outrage in the kingdom.
The video shows a young man walking between cars towards a veiled woman, and he tries to harass and harass her, then he is about to leave the place after a discussion between him and her.
Tweeters launched on the social networking site “Twitter” and was named after the harasser_Mohammed_Umar_Alzaqi, the person who was said to have appeared in the video and committed the disgraceful act, calling on the security authorities to quickly arrest him and hold him accountable so that it would be a lesson to others.
This is not the first or only incident that takes place on the streets of the Kingdom and raises the discontent of citizens. Recently, the Eastern Province police arrested the owner of a circulating video showing his harassment of girls.
The Saudi Public Prosecution Office also rushed to investigate another incident that was crowded with communication sites in the Kingdom of a young man’s beating of a girl in the governorate of Hafr Al-Batin.
The anti-harassment system in Saudi Arabia, which came into effect in 2018, provides for severe penalties, including imprisonment for up to 5 years, and heavy fines for convicts.
Previously, we saw cases of harassment, and today we see a new case in which an elderly woman victim !?
In order to get rid of human dogs, there must be a deterrent law for harassers to act as a sermon to others.
And strict punishment for anyone who justifies harassment for any reason until we get rid of the justification for harassment that gives power to the harassers pic.twitter.com/wF1rrJIpAs
– Mohammed bin Abdullah (@ mhommad_1984) March 20, 2021
Disguised, her garment is black, empty, and veiled, and her cattle are just as themselves, what is your excuse for harassers this time ????
The harasser is dirty and the one who justifies harassment is dirtier than him because it is a harasser’s project. This is if his outfit is not exposed.
# The harasser_Mohammed_Umar_Alzaqy
— ⚢ (@iVll9_) March 20, 2021