Originally Posted by TufaylHussain
So, you have some options. 1) Report the incident to the police, if the girl can be identified etc. 2) Move to a different area/locality 3) Within the transition of moving you ought to have your wife keep on guard at all times, go out in a group or with someone trust-worthy, learn self-defense if possible.
It can be more than competition, normal women habits don't lead us to target other women. These 'hijabi' girls may be in gangs, your wife could be a target especially if she has been vocal about certain things that are against the interests of others. Intimidation comes from a place deeper than jealousy. "my wife is a passionate and strong Muslim". There is your problem. I have been targeted too and I'm slightly sorry (not really) for these same individuals who are now faced with backlash from within their own circles, may Allah swt guide you. One thing, I can tell you that may bring some solace, with the number of evil people, jinns/demons, black-magic whatever prevailing in the world; the number of good overwhelmingly also exists even if we don't recognize it always. Whilst doing your prayers for protection, you'll always find events and circumstances changing for your protection and happiness. Just have faith, keep praying and thinking about ways you can act for your family's safety with (and without the help of the police). Where I live, my friend actually carries a weapon in her car and she has two young children. So, you need to do what you have to do. Women these days, need to stay fit, strong; mentally and physically. If your wife was fit; I'm sure she would have been able to run after this girl and confront or give her a good shaking at least to send a warning.
Additionally, she should really stop caring what people think about her, that's her greatest downfall, however, if she's being unfairly obstinate towards others and their rights, she also need to desist.
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Look at this incident which happened a few days ago: