Social Experiment: Woman Groped on Train, Only Muslim Man Helps

10/11/2015

video: http://viewpure.com/egeea61eafs

Two actors carried out a social experiment on the Tube recently, to demonstrate how others react when a female commuter is groped.

The footage shows a man rubbing up against the blond actress, touching her and making her visibly uncomfortable.

As the woman becomes increasingly distressed, she begins to retreat into the doorway of the train beside two other male passengers.

The woman asks the men for their help, telling them she doesn't know the man.

When the two men confront the male actor he replies "I want to touch her."

Nearly a minute after the fake assault began, a man seated in a different area of the carriage, who had witnessed the woman's ordeal, comes to her aid.

Another man in a red jumper assists him, forming a protective barrier around the 'victim' and advising her to move away from the 'groper'.

As the tension escalates the woman is forced to tell the men that it's a social experiment.

The pair then experience a backlash from commuters, with one saying: "That's a bit f****** stupid."

In a bid to defuse tensions, the woman addresses the passengers and says:

"This was a social experiment.

"We are trying to raise awareness of sexual assault on trains because a lot of the time people see it happening and nobody says anything." The video by Trollstation is uploaded with the message: "Report it to stop it. Unwarranted attention on the Underground."

http://www.independent.ie/world-news...-34188355.html


In recent weeks we have seen horrific attacks on Muslim women by non Muslims, spiraling out of control, especially on public transport. Sadly many people witnessed these incidents but stood by and shamefully did not intervene.

Above is an article and video of a brother and long standing staff member at Tayyibun Institute, Mohammed Ibrahim (in the blue shirt with rucksack) who courageously stood up in the face of apparent harassment of a non Muslim woman as part of his Islamic duties to stand up against injustice

https://www.facebook.com/WomenAgains...Islam/?fref=ts


comments:


Notice how the white guy in the red sweater tries to take credit after a Muslim has already helped her and stopped the harasser.

This is the difference between Muslims and non-Muslims. The non-Muslims will watch and ignore the evil (or even enjoy it) while the Muslims will take action to stop it. This is difference between what Islam teaches us (to stop evil) and what they are taught.

On the authority of Abu Sa’eed al-Khudree (may Allah be pleased with him) who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) say, “Whosoever of you sees an evil, let him change it with his hand; and if he is not able to do so, then [let him change it] with his tongue; and if he is not able to do so, then with his heart — and that is the weakest of faith.” [Muslim]