The curtain came down on the case of the dress girl in Egypt, Habiba Tarek Zahran and Tanta University, after the student apologized to the university and the observers.
And Tanta University said in an official statement today, Wednesday, that Dr. Mahmoud Ahmed Zaki, President of Tanta University, launched an initiative to end the dispute between the two sides of what was known in the media as the “Girl Dress” incident. The two parties were received today, Wednesday, in the presence of representatives of the National Council for Women in Gharbia, Tanta University leaders and representatives of the University Students Union, and the meeting ended. The success of the peace and reconciliation initiative between them.
The university statement revealed that the reconciliation took place after the student submitted to the university an apology for what she had done on the social networking pages and satellite channels, and what happened from her and others on her page.
She stated that: In light of the conclusions of the Public Prosecution Office and the desire of the student to end the dispute, she apologized to the observers for what might have been misunderstood, and the staff also thanked and appreciated her.
The crisis had exacerbated a few days ago, after Tanta University announced, in an official statement, the Public Prosecution’s decision to acquit the examination observers at Tanta University of the charges against them in the incident.
The prosecution confirmed that the girl did not prove that she was bullied or harassed, while the student’s father said that he would talk to his lawyer and then issue a statement on the developments of the case.
Before that, the girl herself revealed the details of her crisis with the university and her threat to fail, as she is studying in the second year of the Faculty of Arts at Tanta University, and the threat has already been implemented.
In a previous interview with Al Arabiya.net, she stated that she had received threats before announcing the result by failing in two articles, through a private message from a fake account on Facebook threatening and bargaining with her to give up the records before announcing the result, adding that she ignored the message, but was surprised after the result was officially announced by her failure. Indeed, in two articles, which means repeating the year again, stressing that despite that, she does not accuse the university of tampering with its papers or its results.
The girl also revealed that she had been bullied since the incident of the dress was revealed, and she was subjected to severe pressure to retract her words and ignore her right, and she was also subjected to going into her honor until someone pulled her by her hair at the university while she was going down the stairs, noting that the investigations are still ongoing, and she will not give up her right, Especially since what happened caused her to fail.
She added that she decided to withdraw her papers from the college and not return to study there again, announcing that she would submit her papers to one of the private universities in Alexandria, indicating that she had taken large positions in the Library of Alexandria and large private companies despite her young age beside her studies.
She added that the widespread rumor about unloading the cameras and not matching their content to her statements is incorrect, and that the university did not find a camera in the corridor in which the dress incident occurred, adding that she turned the page of the study at Tanta University, but did not stop completing the defense of her right.
The story of the dress girl sparked controversy in Egypt, after it was revealed that the girl was being bullied by exam observers at the end of the school year because she was wearing a dress instead of “pants”.
The girl stated, “I entered the committee, and after taking the exam, I went out to receive my card and found an observer. She asked me (You forgot to wear your pants or what?”), noting that the observers continued to mock her.
And the President of Tanta University, Dr. Mahmoud Zaki, referred the case of the student to the Public Prosecution after it was reported on social media.
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