Death is the only way for me to escape

irad
Posted May 8, 2015 from Iraq
 Farinaz Khosravani
Protesters burning Hotel Tara
Protesters burning Hotel Tara (1/1)

Death is the only way for me to escape

The lack of safety in the workplace for women are a daily phenomenon in the world especially in Asian regions because laws to protect women are very weak, and women be satisfied with poverty and lack of progress in order to be dignity protected.

What a woman employees to do if attacked by a man in her place of work try to sexually assault her.

Here we begin the story of 19-old Kurdish girl Farinaz Khosravani as a cleaner and employee of the Tara Hotel in Mahabad, Iran

Farinaz Khosravan was from a poor family in the Kurdistan region of Iran.

Miss Farinaz was work all day long in order to earn a living in her life difficult , but one tourism officials agreed with the owner of the hotel to assaulting Farinaz in exchange for granting the hotel recipe "five-star". When they tried and found Farinaz herself single with the tourism official and behind the doors closed she thought that the only escape is death and throwing herself from the fourth floor of the hotel and very sadly died Farinaz pure.

For this crime the Kurds massive demonstrations, the protesters burned Hotel (Tara) in Mahabad.

Where they clashed with Iranian police

. Have been arrested Neither the hotel owner nor the truism official

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Alyssa Rust
May 11, 2015
May 11, 2015

Dear Irad,

Thank you so much for sharing Farinaz story. It is so sad to hear about women being used and taken advantage of in situations like this. It is even more disheartening to hear about how nothing has been done and that none of the individuals involved were arrested. Women should never feel like death is the only way to for them to escape. We need to continue to share our voices and stories like this to gain awareness and hopefully change throughout the world. Thanks against for sharing.

Sincerely, Alyssa Rust 

irad
May 11, 2015
May 11, 2015

Dear  Alyssa,

 Thanks for  your encouragement we really want a loud voice to  disply  the sacrifices    women  in the world.

sincerely, Irad San

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi
May 17, 2015
May 17, 2015

Dear irad,

This is a very sad story of a young gilr who knew the justice system would not help her and opted to take her life so that she was not tormented by the perpetrators and the community. It is very sad that there is  a system in place and it cannot protect the helpless. Thank you for the great work that you are doing and please continue to share your stories and experiences on this great forum. Stay blessed

Olanike
May 19, 2015
May 19, 2015

Dear Irad,

My heart bled as I read about the rather pathetic and unjust situation that Farinaz  Khosravani faced. Worst of all, that she was left with no other choice but to end her own life tragically in the face of a society's cruelty and care free attidute towards justice.

It is obvious that much more work needs to be done to save women and girls' from society's discriminatory systems and practices. You did great to have shared this story with the rest of the world, and I pray that it would spread like wild fire.

Your voice counts!

Olanike Olugboji

amymorros
May 20, 2015
May 20, 2015

I am so sorry to hear this. It is tragic and thank you for sharing it with World Pulse. To lose a life like this is heartbreaking. Often, a woman who is attacked is blamed by men. This young woman must have thought that her life was ruined and suicide was her only option.

I wish that there could be justice in this situation. You are honoring this young woman by writing about her story here.