After Hania Amir made a video of a male without his assent and transferred it on her Snapchat, a furore emitted on social media networking site Twitter, provoking the on-screen character to issue a conciliatory sentiment for her demonstration in the wake of bringing it down.
In any case, provocation by and by became the overwhelming focus on miniaturized scale blogging website Twitter with numerous clients pummeling Hania Amir for badgering the traveller.
Others brought up in what capacity called women’s activists were noiseless on Hania Amir’s outrage when they for the most part censure such occurrences where ladies are the casualties.
Nowadays, Harassment is a theme that is in a dialogue as far back as the notorious Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy discussion went to the fore.
If this was a man doing it, and a lady as a subject it’d have been rolled out very differently, but here we see @realhaniahehe publicly harassing a mans private space, using her celeb power. It was ignored, because well she’s cute innit? Disgusting stuff. pic.twitter.com/JrIB66kUvh
— Cristiano Ronaldo Dos Santos Aveiro is the Goat (@tiwanaldo) November 8, 2017
Earlier, Hania said that she didn’t expect to insult anybody
“Most importantly, I’d get a kick out of the chance to apologize to everybody who got insulted by the video I posted. That was not my goal by any stretch of the imagination,” she said. “I might want to include that I brought the snap down when I saw it again myself, as I discovered it to a great degree abnormal. It turned out in the wrong way.”
On other hand, Twitter and many users slamming Hania Amir for harassing the passenger.
— Rabiah Badar (@rabiah_badar) November 9, 2017
What #HaniaAmir did is wrong. It is harassment. You can't just start making a video of someone if that person is uncomfortable. Ethics girl!
— Nabeha Latif (@Nabehal) November 9, 2017
#HaniaAmir If it wasn’t harassment thn it was not cool either.,such an ill mannered lady
— sehr khan (@ComSehrishkhan) November 9, 2017