PRESS KIT: Pakistani Islamist hate speech and cyberstalking against a Nantes (Fr) citizen

Western states find themselves helpless in the face of online hate speech by nationals of countries located in the gray zone of international law. Their authorities are indifferent to it, or even are the first to resort to it, when they do not encourage them. This is the case with Pakistan. Thus, the cyber-stalker Ramla Akhtar, alias Rmala Aalam, enjoys a complete impunity there for more than two years, while she decided to attack a French citizen. We will detail here all the regular actions that were carried out without success, to finally see that, in this space of lawlessness, the only relevant answer is reciprocity.

Why Pakistani cyberstalker Ramla Akhtar does flee the regular course of justice?

There is large bunch of good reasons explaining why Ramla Akhtar the cyberstalker will never file a complaint with Pakistani judicial authorities despite her frequent allegations that she would -very-soon- proceed accordingly. Her repeated invocations should better be understood as a despicable, and largely debunked, mean of pressure against her victims. It is also a rhetoric sophism for deceiving an audience which, actually, left long time ago.

Discover the strength of your Twitter account while facing a cyberstalker.

The unstoppable enormous amount of defamation, calumnious denunciations, call for violences, etc. a psychopathic rabid cyberstalker is able to produce on social media creates numerous damages in the life of any targeted regular citizen. However, volume, repeated propaganda and perversion are not the only keys of success on Twitter. Don’t give up. If you focus on quality and relevance, you may have some fundamental strengths which could make your position more comfortable than you believe.

Ramla Akhtar: what can we learn from fake profile pictures stolen by a stalker?

The stolen profile pictures of fake Twitter accounts can teach a lot about the anonymous stalker frustrations, hauntings and deception campaigns. Here, we will examine the ones used by Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aaalam, raging under @GruaAbuseArkive.

When a psychopath demands Harvard University to cancel a 1989 cyberstalking diploma

On July 8, 2020, Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, used her Twitter account with an impersonated ID, @GruaAbuseArkive, to send a request to Harvard University. She demanded the cancellation of my 1989 Summer School diploma. She alleged I was trained there, to stalk her. I was aware of her deep mental troubles. I knew everything could come from this radicalized psychopath. But I still can’t believe I could ever read such a freak conspiracy theory.

How is it possible to have your numerical reputation 100% under control, even when you face the most disturbing web attacks?

Over last year, I was under rabid attacks of a radicalized female cybercriminal from Pakistan, Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Alam. Thousands of posts have been published against me on Facebook and Twitter using anonymous or impersonating profiles. Facebook has been extremely poorly cooperative. Twitter moderation was inefficient when not supporting these criminal activities. National and local police, Iinterpol, Nantes (my city) Mayor and Municipality, addressees of endless calumnious denunciations, never answered any of my requests in contradiction with their obligations according to French law. French justice and lawyers could not sanction a stalker acting from an international judicial loop-hole. Pakistani authorities did nothing.

Ramla Akhtar: Twitter records of a cyberstalker

From September 18, 2019, onwards, Ms. Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, weaponizes twitter into a frenetic stalking tool. Residing in Pakistan and having her victim in France, she prospers in a judicial loophole. None of this would have been possible if the target would live in the same country than the tormentor. Therefore, reviewing her abuses and outrages is a golden mine for learning the worst practises which may occur on an unregulated social media. This could be of interest for any scholar studying this kind of cybercriminality or for any entity wanting to introduce some morality in such a chaos

Cyber-délinquante pakistanaise, Ramla Akhtar: avis de mise en demeure et sanctions de réciprocité, 9 février 2020

Incapable d’arrêter le flot de malveillance produit par une cyberharceleuse située dans une sorte de faille judiciaire, alors qu’elle était basée au Pakistan et attaquait une cible en France, il a été décidé de passer au niveau de la réciprocité. En d’autres termes,il était prévu d’appliquer, contre cette délinquante les mêmes méthodes qu’elle a utilise régulièrement contre ses cibles…

Cyberstalker Ramla Akhtar: Formal Demand Notice & reciprocity sanctions, February 9, 2020

Unable to stop the flood of malice produced by a female cyberstalker located in a kind of judiciary loophole, while based in Pakistan and attacking a target in France, I decided to shift to a reciprocity level. In other words I planned to apply, against this criminal, the same methods she repeatedly uses against her target. Legally it was important to warn the criminal of the consequences of her actions.

Cyber-délinquante pakistanaise, Ramla Akhtar: formulaire de signalement à l’agence gouvernementale contre le cyberharcèlement, 5 décembre 2019

Ce document est la re-transcription des éléments ayant renseigné le formulaire de signalement adressé à l’agence gouvernmentale « Net Ecoute » contre le cyber-harcèlement. Il concerne la dénonciation du flot de Tweets haineux et calomnieux propagé par la pakistanaise Ramla Akhtar, alias Rmala Aalam, depuis son compte @barefoot_rmala (renommé, depuis, en @GruaAbuseArkive).

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