Like a compass needle that points north, a man's acussing finger always finds a woman
Victimization of Women: Part 1 Chapter 11 Page 75
Why do those women not have to cover up as much as i do?
Victimization of Women: Part 1 Chapter 13 Page 91
Each snowflake is a sigh heaved by an aggrieved woman somewhere in the world...as a reminder of how women like us suffer. How quietly we endure all that falls upon us.
Nana explains to Mariam that a man will always find a woman to blame.
Victimization of Women: Part 2 Chapter 16 Page 111
Women and men are equal in every way and there was no reason women should cover if men didn't.
When Mariam leaves her house and sees other women who aren't covering their bodies and faces as much as Mariam has been told to, she is confused. The other women have more freedom than Mariam.
Victimization of Women: Part 2 Chapter 25 Page 184
Nana tell Mariam that them and the women like them go through hardship and can't ever do anything about it.
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Khala Rangmaal was Laila's school teacher. She did not cover, wear makeup and forbade her female students from doing it. She stands on women's side for equal rights and sticks up for victimization of women
Laila is very frustrated when she thinks about her and Tariq having sex. She is very worried of what her parents will think about it. Tariq asks her to marry him and she says no. She says she can't leave her father. It is put into girls minds that doing those things is sinful and you should be ashamed for it.
It's my father I can't leave, I'm all he has left.
Khadim victimized Laila and came up to her on the street. He held up a water gun and shot her with it all over while she cried for Tariq's help. She realized that the gun was filled with pee.
What are you going to do? Sic your cripple on me?
Oh, Tariqjan. Oh, won't you come home and save me from the badmash!