A soon-to-be Arab doctor has been called out by Hijabi Twitter user, who in her tweets revealed that the man has been asking for her nude photos.
The Hijabi lady who shared screenshots of their conversation but protected the identity of the soon-to-be Arab doctor, disclosed that he went off on a bitter rant after she refused sending him nude photos. She tweeted;
This guy that I was lowkey vibing with really just ruined everything asking for a nude. & when I said no this was his response why are men trash
This is actually one of the most messed up conversations I’ve ever had. How do I make it more obvious that I’m a hijabi
Few months ago, Kuwaiti authorities arrested a Syrian man who sent nude images of his wife to a friend because he wanted to break a “black magic spell” he thought was cast on her. According to Al Rai newspaper, the arrest came after the wife discovered the photos on her husband’s phone and reported him to the police.
At first, the husband denied his wife’s allegations, accusing her of being “delirious” and mentally unstable. However, investigators became even more suspicious about the defendant when a phone search showed he had deleted several images and texts off his mobile before being interrogated.
When police questioned the husband’s friend on the matter, he reaffirmed the wife’s statement. The man said the defendant sent him several nude images of the woman and asked that they are sent over to a sheikh in Jordan who would get rid of a spell she was under.
The photos were then sent to the cleric, who allegedly worked on breaking the spell. After the damning statement, both the husband and his friend were detained and now face further investigations in the case. Charges against them come under the country’s cybercrime laws and include misusing a mobile phone, invading the woman’s privacy and defaming her.