'It may well give little challenges on the left wing, when kvindekamp and islam collide.'
'How do you act now most politically correct for the case?'
How to write Johnny A. in one of the 23 comments that are written on Danish newspaper Politiken's Facebook profile about the thousands of reactions that have come on Sara omar's book 'Dødevaskeren'.
'The utmost respect to each and every one of the women that choose to fight rather than allow themselves to suppress!!' the
'Sara omar's book has not been published in vain', writes Rebecca W. and Annie H. continues:
'Finally understand the women, that they themselves must take action. It doesn't help that the others do it on their behalf.'
'So congratulations to the brave women who are now taking the purge.'
the Author has given many immigrant and refugee women the courage to rebel against the violence, oppression and social control, they live with. And Politiken has spoken with several of the women - bla. 'M', which today is living with a new identity and a new cell phone number in a so-called 'safe house at a secret address for fear of his family.
She tells that the control began when she was nine-ten years, and she had to go on the playground, not to sleep with girlfriends and had to rush home from school. And that the violence began, the day a bunch of mates rang on the door and asked if she would to out to play:
'Not right now', replied the girl, who was well aware that she might not, and closed the door and turned around. There stood her father.
And then I was hit by the biggest slap in the face. How it started. Because there had been boys with for to ask, tell 'M', who from then on might find themselves in the battles from both father and brothers, who kept an eye on her:
- It was hell.
- It was as if they believed that they were responsible for to maintain my reputation as a demure woman.
there Was someone who saw me out after the bell 18-19-pieces, it meant for them to prostitution, say 'M', who had the courage to escape from his iraqi family after reading Sara omar's book.
In september 2018 published the report 'Young people's experiences of negative social control', as Als Research wrote for the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI).
the Report showed that young people with non-western origin in a much higher degree than young people with american or western background experience negative social control and curtailment of their freedom:
F. eks. must 12 % of the minority ethnic girls between 15 and 17 years do not have friends of the opposite sex, and 13 % do not know whether they must.
And among the 18-29-year-olds are experiencing 25 % of minority ethnic women and 28 % of minority ethnic men, to concern for family honor means ’everything’ or ’much’ for what they do in their everyday lives. Leisha - one of the women who had contributed to the report - told bl.a.:
- Well, in the culture, so do boys and men more than girls do at that point.
- My brother, he is not doing what he wants, but when it comes to me, then it's much more controlled, said Leisha.
In 2017, the institute for human rights a report about the extreme social control, and the recommended bl.a., schools with many pupils with a minority background employ special advisers, but what do you say?