A widely spread video in social media shows the back of a woman talking behind the closed door of her house. Removing the hijab is a direct threat to female protesters that other parts of their bodies are at risk of abuse and sexual harassment. Despite that I agreed with women in the neighborhood and we all succeeded to participate in the daily demonstrations in the neighborhood. Only two women were appointed to the Sovereign Council that will run the country during a three-year transitional period leading up to democratic elections. What they have in common is a burning desire for change. But from behind the door she drew attention of some protesters in the neighborhood and explained how her husband refused her participation in demonstrations. In addition to sexual abuse, female protesters have been met with other types of gender-based violence. These forces emphatically showed their true face on June 3 when armed forces attacked the peaceful sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum. Women with and without hijab or face-covering niqab, university students and housewives told similar stories: That they participated despite their families banning them to do so.
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