It is the young girls who are on the front lines in this war on our culture, our countries our civilizations. The epidemic of rape jihad, Muslim sex trafficking gangs, music festival and New Year’s Eve sexual terror, and the daily diet of attacks on young girls. Radon attacks on girls and women for …. wearing shorts.
And the West stands with the perps.
Feminists stand with the perps.
In “moderate” Turkey, where this occurred, a man can beat a woman and suffer no consequences. This is the state of women’s rights in Erdogan’s rapidly re-Islamizing Turkey.
Should we emerge from this period of long struggle in the face of left-wing authoritarianism, it will be forever discredited and destroyed, mocked like its ideological sisters slavery and serfdom.
A health professional in Turkey attacked in hospital by a man who chants takbeer
A young health professional working at the ER of Haseki Hospital of İstanbul’s Fatih district was violently attacked by an aggressor at the hallway of the hospital while she was on duty at early morning hours on Friday (June 30).
The professional Burcu K. told Erdi Tütmez from Evrensel newspaper that as she left the ER and headed to another section through the hallway, she first heard a growling and then someone who chanted ‘takbir’ (saying Allahu akbar) attacked her from behind
“While I was passing through the corridor, I heard a sound of growling. Then, we got eye contact with that person that I do not know. I got scared at that point and moved to the side (of the hall) and tried to get away from the site. At that point, he chased me. I ran to the yellow area and he ran after me. There was nobody around. He chanted takbir and suddently jumped over from my back and made me fall down. He first hit my head to the chair; then, to the floor. On top of that, he bit my head. I screamed. At that time, security came but he did not let my hair go for a long time. While he was holding and pulling my hair, he said things like ‘wait and see; it is not over yet.’ Because of his pulling of my hair, nearly half of my hair on the right side of my head fell off”, she said.
As the security cameras were examined after the incident, it was revealed that the man had been brought to the hospital by police, in handcuffs. In the videos, it is seen that police take off the handcuffs and leave the man, who has no record in the hospital, in the middle of the hallway.
Reacting in anger that she could have been killed, the young professional Burcu K. drew attention to the severe increase in violence against women in Turkey.
“Every time I close my eyes, the incident comes up to my mind. But we are not going to be oppressed as women”, she said.
Aksaray branch of the Union of Health and Social Service Workers (SES) has stated that they will be following up with this case and press for further security cautions to be taken.
SES representative Muhsin Baygümüş also pointed out the other recent attacks on women and said the reason for the increase is also due to lack of legal deterrents.
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