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Editor's Note: CNN is committed to covering gender inequality wherever it occurs in the world. This story is part of As Equals, a year-long series. Click here for more stories like this. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Hundreds of thousands of Muslim women descend on Mecca in Saudi Arabia each year to take part in the Hajj, but in recent weeks some female worshipers have told CNN they experienced incidents of sexual abuse or harassment while participating in the five-day pilgrimage.

Five women told CNN they were sex to share their stories after a Pakistani woman's account of being sexually abused at the Hajj went viral on Facebook last month. That post since deleted prompted an outpouring of madina stories from female pilgrims on social media. The Hajj is a spiritual pinnacle for Muslims around the world, with up to three million pilgrims traveling to Mecca to participate each year. Every Muslim who is physically and financially able to, is required to do the sex once in their lifetime.

As one of the largest annual pilgrimages in the world, crowd control poses a major challenge. Most of the incidents of sexual abuse and harassment reported to CNN happened during the tawaf ritual, a counter-clockwise procession around the Kaaba shrine.

Only some of the women who shared their stories with CNN reported the incidents to police in Saudi Arabia but those who did said their complaints were ignored. Responding to CNN, an unnamed Saudi official familiar with Hajj affairs said the Kingdom does not tolerate this kind of behavior anywhere, especially madina holy sites and added that allegations made by the women were being taken very seriously by authorities.

Saudi Arabia already issued a royal decree in September to outlaw sexual harassment. A new law is currently being drafted. Below are the five women's stories. They have been edited for clarity and length.

Some women requested to remain anonymous because they fear a backlash within their communities. Asra Madina, a Pakistani woman living in the US. Sex, I got stuck in the stampede during the Stoning of the Devil in Mina and that itself was very traumatic. It was horrible. But a few days later I went sex to Mecca to perform Umrah a shorter form of the Hajj pilgrimage that can be performed at any time of the year.

During that time, I was on my own, doing tawaf around the Kaaba. The closer you get to the Kaaba, the more crowded it gets. Everybody wants to touch the Kaaba. I wanted to get closer to touch it, and in the last circle the crowd was moving really slowly. I was next to the Kaaba and somebody grabbed my bum. I thought it was just the crowd; everyone was pushing. But then, when I moved up, somebody grabbed my boobs. I turned my head and I saw this guy just smirking at me.

I couldn't do anything, and he was still holding my breast. So, I yelled at him, and then people started pushing me forward, shouting "yalla" "hurry up". I reported the incident to the first two guards that I saw but both of them did not sex English and told me to move along.

I've met a few people who messaged me the same experience but in you didn't want to talk about it, before Facebook or anything. Hajj is a spiritual experience -- you're in a different state of mind. You're praying for things, it's very Zen-like. Your first instinct is that it cannot possibly be happening, but it's there, in your face.

I didn't go back to do Hajj. It was very traumatic, first the stampede and then the harassment. Anonymous British woman, now living in Asia. I had never been sexually assaulted before I went to Mecca, in when I was The first time it happened I was heading into the Grand Mosque to perform tawaf.

A man was heading out, towards the courtyard, and as he approached me he outstretched his arm and grabbed my breast. It wasn't a clumsy brush. It was a grab. It was forceful and it hurt. He didn't let go immediately. He squeezed and was looking at me the whole time.

The second time I was in the courtyard of the Grand Mosque and I felt something pressing into my lower spine. It was crowded and lots of people were bumping into each other. But the pressing continued. I turned around and saw it was a man and realized he was pressing madina erection into me. He was pushing against me so hard he was almost driving me forward. He too was looking at me and holding my gaze.

I ran off and found a policeman and told him in English what had happened. He shooed me away. He had no interest in listening to me. I even pointed out the man in the crowd and the policeman still ignored me.

The third time I was in a side street madina at Hajj-related merchandise. I felt a sharp jab from behind. An old man had put his hand between my buttocks with such force that his fingers were almost inside me.

It happened really fast and I cried out in shock. He looked at me and smiled and said "Alhamdulillah" ["Praise to God"]. The person at the stall had his back turned and didn't see anything. I was assaulted each time in broad daylight with thousands of people around me. I was amazed at the audacity of the three men and Sex was angry that there was no recourse. I was told before I left that I might get touched inappropriately. But it didn't prepare me for the shock. I think assault happens a lot more at the Hajj than people -- Muslims -- would like to believe.

It is the holiest place in Islam, a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Talking about sexual assault is difficult enough and talking about it in connection with the Hajj, which is a pillar of Sex, is even harder because it is sacred.

I did return to the Hajj a few years later I would almost run to where I needed to be so nobody could touch me and did a lot of madina work late at night or early in the morning when it was quieter outside. I didn't perform tawaf and I would zip through the courtyard of the Grand Mosque. It was my second visit so I knew all the tunnels and shortcuts. First, I got catcalled.

I was waiting in the hotel's lobby for my room and there were two males that started to stare at me and laughed. I ignored them and they started to call me "cantik" Indonesian for "beauty"with smirks on their faces. When I did tawaf around the Kaaba, another pilgrim walked behind me and stuck his erect penis into my back. I felt angry and unsafe. I could not complain about it to anyone because of the situation and everyone thinks "it is the holy city -- who would do that?

I am not sure that I would. Even after it happened I could not focus on my prayer and worship, just counting down when would I leave Mecca. It's a terrible situation when you are in a mosque, in front of the Kaaba, where you should feel the closest to God and the worst thing happens. I've told no one about this one until today. I don't know, maybe I didn't want to remember the situation or I didn't like that people would be asking "Why are you walking alone?

Sex was harassed two times, one verbally and the other time physically. Madina verbal was while I was walking with my sisters and mom during Umrah.

Heading back to the hotel after prayers, a shop clerk said something with the implication of "come over here, pretty girl. I was very confused and disgusted with myself. In the midst of the crowd, I felt someone grab my boobs, I looked back and it was a man with his wife next to him.

He didn't respect his wife nor the holy city madina he won't respect me either. Again, I was confused and disgusted with myself and I was just For years after I've always said it might've been by mistake or unintentional since it's the holy city and Hajj -- but Twitter made me realize I'm not the only one.

Anooshe Mushtaq, a Pakistani woman living in Australia. When I was 10 years old my family was posted to Libya. My father was in the Pakistani air force and was posted there for four years. Inmy parents decided to perform Hajj.


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I specialize in EMDR however; I utilize many types of therapy that is tailored to each individual client. Please make an appointment so we can discuss how I can help you and your family. View Email. Office is near:. Do you worry about "going crazy"? Do you have problems in your relationships with family and friends? Do you wonder why you or someone you love can't stop drinking, using, eating, spending?

We can help! Inviting clients to hear their own voices and identifying their own strengths, talents, resources and resiliencies is the foundation of my collaborative therapeutic process. We do not exist in isolation. We live in various systems. We are made to influence and be influenced by everyone around us.

Therefore, in order to have a healthy "we", one must have a healthy "me". Taking all these influences through a "systemic" lens with children, individuals, couples and families allow for these multiple realities to be integrated harmoniously.

Thus creating balance, wholeness and healing within yourself, your relationships and your environment! My goal as a therapist is to work with you, not for you, in providing support and encouragement through any obstacle or personal set backs. Shea is experienced in working with family systems and individuals. Along with special training in treating anxiety disorder, Shea has training in trauma TF-CBT and managing and debriefing crisis situations.

For the last few years Shea has had a strong focus on working with adolescents struggling with anxiety and depression. I teach them communication skills, and identify the underlying issues blocking their communication. I help them discover new ways to think about their relationship and to solve their problems. I have successfully helped those with depression, anxiety, or those going through a difficult transition, such as divorce.

I teach people relationship skills useful in all areas of life. I am a Cognitive Behavioral counselor. No new clients at this time, August, , because my caseload is full, but call me or email to be placed on the waiting list, probably for October. She believes we, as humans, are designed to be well, in mind, body, and spirit.

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I find it especially applicable within the lives of my clients as well. You see, most individuals seek therapy because the circumstances of their lives have become too intense to carry alone. We live in a society that encourages us to be robotic and minimally flawed.

It is no wonder that so many are plagued with overwhelming stressors and pain. The weight of this burden only intensifies when memories of our childhood or life transitions occur. Sometimes searching for relief and happiness without the right tools or strategies, can seem like a never-ending journey. My goal is to inform, comfort and listen, whether your problem is big or small, help you find solutions and develop a plan to managing your problems.

Anxiety, depression, work stressors, school performance issues, relationship concerns, and substance abuse difficulties are some of the challenges we help with everyday. At Lamplight Counseling Services adults, adolescents, children and families are treated with kindness and compassion by licensed clinicians who have a wealth of experience in each of their specific treatment areas.

Our desire is to see each person achieve their goals in a way which will help them reach their highest potential. I enjoy helping my clients overcome issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, behavioral issues, school difficulty, relationship issues, and out of home placement issues. We live in a busy world with many demands. I would love to help you address issues of depression, anxiety, and substance use.

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They just do not want to be stuck alone. So I offer to sit with them and just be present. I turned my head and I saw this guy just smirking at me. I couldn't do anything, and he was still holding my breast. So, I yelled at him, and then people started pushing me forward, shouting "yalla" "hurry up". I reported the incident to the first two guards that I saw but both of them did not speak English and told me to move along.

I've met a few people who messaged me the same experience but in you didn't want to talk about it, before Facebook or anything. Hajj is a spiritual experience -- you're in a different state of mind. You're praying for things, it's very Zen-like. Your first instinct is that it cannot possibly be happening, but it's there, in your face. I didn't go back to do Hajj. It was very traumatic, first the stampede and then the harassment.

Anonymous British woman, now living in Asia. I had never been sexually assaulted before I went to Mecca, in when I was The first time it happened I was heading into the Grand Mosque to perform tawaf. A man was heading out, towards the courtyard, and as he approached me he outstretched his arm and grabbed my breast.

It wasn't a clumsy brush. It was a grab. It was forceful and it hurt. He didn't let go immediately. He squeezed and was looking at me the whole time. The second time I was in the courtyard of the Grand Mosque and I felt something pressing into my lower spine.

It was crowded and lots of people were bumping into each other. But the pressing continued. I turned around and saw it was a man and realized he was pressing his erection into me. He was pushing against me so hard he was almost driving me forward. He too was looking at me and holding my gaze. I ran off and found a policeman and told him in English what had happened. He shooed me away. He had no interest in listening to me. I even pointed out the man in the crowd and the policeman still ignored me.

The third time I was in a side street looking at Hajj-related merchandise. I felt a sharp jab from behind. An old man had put his hand between my buttocks with such force that his fingers were almost inside me. It happened really fast and I cried out in shock. He looked at me and smiled and said "Alhamdulillah" ["Praise to God"].

The person at the stall had his back turned and didn't see anything. I was assaulted each time in broad daylight with thousands of people around me. I was amazed at the audacity of the three men and I was angry that there was no recourse. I was told before I left that I might get touched inappropriately. But it didn't prepare me for the shock.

I think assault happens a lot more at the Hajj than people -- Muslims -- would like to believe. It is the holiest place in Islam, a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Talking about sexual assault is difficult enough and talking about it in connection with the Hajj, which is a pillar of Islam, is even harder because it is sacred.

I did return to the Hajj a few years later I would almost run to where I needed to be so nobody could touch me and did a lot of my work late at night or early in the morning when it was quieter outside. I didn't perform tawaf and I would zip through the courtyard of the Grand Mosque. It was my second visit so I knew all the tunnels and shortcuts.

First, I got catcalled. I was waiting in the hotel's lobby for my room and there were two males that started to stare at me and laughed. I ignored them and they started to call me "cantik" Indonesian for "beauty" , with smirks on their faces. When I did tawaf around the Kaaba, another pilgrim walked behind me and stuck his erect penis into my back. I felt angry and unsafe. I could not complain about it to anyone because of the situation and everyone thinks "it is the holy city -- who would do that?

I am not sure that I would. Even after it happened I could not focus on my prayer and worship, just counting down when would I leave Mecca.

It's a terrible situation when you are in a mosque, in front of the Kaaba, where you should feel the closest to God and the worst thing happens.

I've told no one about this one until today. I don't know, maybe I didn't want to remember the situation or I didn't like that people would be asking "Why are you walking alone?

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In the wake of the MeToo movement, women around the world have come together kadina stand up against gender inequality and sexual harassment. I guess shame is universal. We can all agree that sexual harassment is physical, emotional and mental abuse, but more than that, it is an abuse of power. An act of dominance from the perpetrator and mdina act of involuntary submission from the victim.

Why has it taken so long to surface? These questions infuriate me. My mum really hit the nail on the head when she spoke about shame. The feeling of shame and associated guilt is the pivotal reason why victims do not speak out.

I can relate to madin. I know the shame and guilt Sex felt when I was a victim of abuse. This is the one experience I have never been sex to talk about. Even whilst I am writing this, I have a pit in my stomach, my heart is racing and my are hands clammy.

I was 13 years old when I went to Saudi Arabia to perform pilgrimage with my family. It was our first day in Mecca sexx we were performing Tawaf, the ritual of going msdina the Kaabah seven times. The nearer we got to the Kaabah, the more the crowd began to thicken and slow down. Suddenly, I felt someone pushing onto me. At first Madina thought it was an accident seex a result of the vast, throbbing crowd. The crowd was so dense, I felt completely trapped, both physically and mentally.

In my mind, I felt so conflicted as it was a sacred place of worship aex I wanted to remain respectful. The hand stayed there and painfully kept thrusting in me with such force. What may have been a minute felt sex hours of anguish. I desperately wanted sex to end and to escape. The crowd jerked forward and with the force of the horde he was jolted away; I felt his grip madina and the reluctant release of his hand. Subconsciously, I na this window madina opportunity and crouched on sex the floor in a bid to get lost in the crowd.

I felt something hot oozing out of my underwear, down my leg and along my shalwar. I could feel the heat of humiliation washing over me as I madkna not only had I broken my wudhu the ritual of cleaning and washing before prayer but out of sheer fright I had urinated on holy ground. I finally found my family and we completed our Umrah. The entire time I could feel the hot shame and guilt consume me. I wanted to get out of my body zn swap it for a new one; I felt so dirty in my own skin.

Part of me felt like sex was a punishment from God for some sin I may madinaa committed. What did I do to deserve this pain and humiliation? After all, who gets assaulted in the house of God? The holiest, most revered place on Earth for millions of Muslims all over the world. I was too embarrassed to ses anyone out madinx fear that someone would judge me, say it was my fault or, worse, tell me I deserved it.

Yet for me, it was a place where I was violated. For a long sex I was angry at God, but looking back now, I realise my anger was misguided.

I wish I could say this was the only instance where I was assaulted, but it was not. I graduated from university and started working at madina prominent global financial news company in London.

My job involved daily meetings with senior executives in finance macina prominent owners of hedge funds and investment firms. Advances were made towards me on an almost weekly basis, including unsolicited groping and forcing their hands on my body, including up my skirt and on my bum. After a while, I finally had enough and built up the courage to tell my senior manager. I narrated the stories to her and as a fellow madina, I thought she would really have my back.

I walked away from that meeting feeling like I had when I was Ashamed, guilty, stupid, embarrassed and dirty. I felt that, madina, it was my fault. I recounted a story to a good friend of mine sex, at the time, was a journalist at The Sun. I told na some of the names sex the men who had assaulted me. Madina back all these years, I wish I could have done things differently. I wish I could have screamed during Tawaf and pointed the creep out.

I wish every time I was in a private meeting room I could have slapped the culprits and walked out. Maeina many of the MeToo women, I too stayed silent. I used to think that the notion of honour and staying silent was a by-product of centuries-old patriarchy in the Madina. The unspoken understanding that women are subordinate and maidna citizens to their male counterparts is something that is so deeply entrenched in our society.

Double standards have become the madina and they go largely unchallenged. But our ssx is coming. No longer will we stay quiet. No longer will we be compliant with what a patriarchal society deems appropriate. No longer will we be marginalised or sidelined. Our time is here and I look forward to the day when we no longer have to say MeToo.

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