'Act of Intimidation and Harm': Rights Activists on 'Sulli Deals' App Targeting Muslim Women

"Such mass targeting of Muslim women in public spaces, whether online or offline, that treats them as objects in the political discourse of Hindutva is simply unacceptable."

New Delhi: A group of more than 800 women’s rights organisations and concerned individuals have issued a statement condemning the recent online targeting and harassment of Muslim women on GitHub, through an app called ‘Sulli Deals’ that sought to ‘auction’ these women.

Photos of over 100 Muslim women were uploaded to an auctioning app ‘Sulli Deals’. The app was taken down after outrage. The Delhi police has registered an FIR on the matter.

“This is a conspiracy to target women by creating a database of those Muslim women journalists, professionals and students who were actively raising a voice on social media against right wing Hindutva majoritarianism. The intention is to silence their political participation,” the statement, signed by several renowned women’s rights activists including Pratiksha Baxi, Ayesha Kidwai, Uma Chakravarty, Ghazala Jamil and Kavita Krishnan, among many others, reads.

“This is a targeted hate campaign against Muslim women in India and abroad amounts to sexual harassment, criminal intimidation, and cyber stalking. It violates their right to privacy, which is a travelling right, and it is an act of censorship. It puts their life and liberty at risk,” the statement continues.

The signatories have demanded that the internet be made a safer space for Muslim women who want to express their political and other opinions. Social media platforms as well as the National Commission for Women must take action against those targeting and harassing Muslim women, they continue.

Read the full statement below.


We, the undersigned women’s rights groups and concerned individuals, are outraged by the reprehensible targeting of Muslim women on GitHub, a free web platform, where Twitter handles and photographs of Muslim women were uploaded with the explicit aim of directing sexualised hate and harm at these women. More than 80 women were profiled, their images were sought to be “auctioned” by soliciting users to take their pick on the “deal of the day”, on the basis of their identity and for their views. This is a conspiracy to target women by creating a database of those Muslim women journalists, professionals and students who were actively raising a voice on social media against right wing Hindutva majoritarianism. The intention is to silence their political participation.

This attempt to de-humanise and sexualise Muslim women is a systemic act of intimidation and harm. This is not the first time this has happened. Before Eid, similar cyber violence against Muslim women was organised by stealing pictures of Pakistani women from their social media handles.

This is a targeted hate campaign against Muslim women in India and abroad amounts to sexual harassment, criminal intimidation, and cyber stalking. It violates their right to privacy, which is a travelling right, and it is an act of censorship. It puts their life and liberty at risk.

This is a targeted campaign to regulate their political speech and political participation in democracy as full and equal citizens of this country. It is part of the project to push Muslim women out of public spaces, offline and online, by causing them harm and censoring their speech. Having witnessed the leadership and power of Muslim women in the anti-citizenship amendment act (CAA) movement, right wing Hindutva men have used social media as a political tool to deny Muslim women their right to lead our collective fight for secularism, peace and citizenship.

We are deeply concerned that everyday new forms of intimidation and hatred are being allowed to invent, this time through GitHub Inc., a provider of Internet hosting for software development, to normalise violence against Muslim communities.  Such use of public platforms is making the impunity for such attacks more entrenched. Twitter handles, You Tube channels and Facebook pages are routinely used to de-humanise and sexualise Muslim women. The men on these handles, channels and posts call upon majoritarian Hindutva nationalist men and mobs to abduct and rape Muslim women. These handles routinely spew pornographic abuse for both Muslim men and women and build online communities through chat boxes and posts to create violent online communities. This criminal use of social media uses openly misogynistic hate speech against minority communities and celebrates a rape culture against Muslim women targeted for their religious identity, and therefore, impacts the dignity of all women.

The use of sexualised political campaigns against women who speak against the ruling dispensation is fast becoming mainstream political culture. Such mass targeting of Muslim women in public spaces, whether online or offline, that treats them as objects in the political discourse of Hindutva is simply unacceptable. As the large number of such online hate violence surfaces, it is not abstract, this is real life for women- a violation of their human rights, an attack on the dignity, autonomy, and bodily integrity.

The undersigned express our grief and outrage to all the Muslim women harmed by this misogynistic hate campaign. We stand in solidarity with each one of these women. We pledge our support to them.

  • We condemn the political campaign of hate against them, and we demand immediate action against the culprits.
  • We demand that the internet be a safe space for women to express dissent and difference.
  • We demand that commercial portals develop policies to prevent their users from treating women as objects and de-humanising them.
  • We demand that the cyber cell, social media platforms such as GitHUb, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook and the National Commissions for Women and National Human Rights Commission must at once take prompt action against the individuals who are responsible for such acts of terror and intimidation.
  • We demand equal citizenship and political participation in offline and online spaces for Muslim women.


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Pratiksha Baxi, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Navsharan Singh, independent researcher and activist
Ayesha Kidwai, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Kavita Krishnan, AIPWA, CPI ML Politburo member
Uma Chakravarti, filmmaker and independent researcher
A C Mohapatra, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong.
A.J. Jawad, advocate.
A.Suneetha, Women and Transgender Organizations Joint Action, Hyderabad.
Aarthi.Sivanandh, JSA.
Aasha Ramesh, women’s rights researcher and activist.
Abdul Rahman.
Achla Sawhney.
Adv. Payal Gaikwad, NCWL.
Adv. Saleem Yusuf Shaikh, Viva College of Law.
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Afiullah Saiyed, student.
Afreen Ali, social worker.
Afroz Lateef, IMRC
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Ahmed, AMP.
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Aiman Khan, Innocence Network India.
Aisha Intesar, student.
Aisha Mahmood Farooqui, Hyderabad Muslim Women’s Forum.
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AL Zutsi, JVP.
Alaka Basu, Cornell University.
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Amna Singh, Pratham Books.
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Amrita, Harpercollins.
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Jaskiran Kaur Mathur, St. Francis College
Javed Khan, advocate, Saket Court, Delhi
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Kalpana Karunakaran, Iit Madras, Chennai
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Krishna Roy, Alokdhara Inclusive Montessori School
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Lara Jesani, People’s Union for Civil Liberties
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Laxmi Murthy, journalist.
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Rini Dasgupta, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Rita Manchanda, Author, Human Rights, Peace Advocate
Ritambhara Mehta.
Ritambhara Shastri, journalist. (Uni)
Ritu Dewan, Retd Head of Department of Economics, University of Mumbai
Ritu Kauahik, All India Mahila Sanskritik Sangathan,(AIMSS.)
Ritu Sinha, Ambedkar University Delhi
Rituparna Borah, Delhi
Rituparna Sengupta, IIT Delhi
Rituraj Pegu, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Rizwan Falahi, Taisir
Rizwana, Bebak
Rochelle Pinto.
Rochita Talukder.
Rohini Hensman, Writer and independent scholar
Rohit Tripathi, Young India, Inc
Ronita Chattopadhyay, independent Consultant (Process Documentation)
Roohi Rizvi.
Roohina K, Makemytrip
Rosaline Pereira, Asa
Rubi A.
Rukaiya Joshi, Academician
Rukmini Rao, Gramya Resource Centre for Women
Rumi Harish, Research Consultant ALF
Rushda Naqvi.
Rushda Siddiqui, National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW)
Rustam Kuraishi, advocate, Rohini Courts
S Hussain.
S. M. Faizan Ahmed, Sociologist
S. Raghunandana, Kannada Poet, Playwright, and Stage-Director
S.Q.Masood, social activist
Saad, Personal
Saadia S, Indian
Saba Hasan, Artist
Sabah Khan, Parcham Collective
Sabah Omar, Banker
Sabiha Hashmi, Ajjis Farm.
Sabira Muhammed.
Sadaf Jafar, Kalrav
Sadhna Arya, University of Delhi
Sadia Masroor, Campaign Against Hatespeech
Safia Faruqi.
Safoora Zargar, MPhil scholar, JMI
Sagari R Ramdas, Food Sovereignty Alliance, India
Sahba Syed.
Saheli Women’s Resource Center, New Delhi
Sajida Begam Advocate, All India Lawyers Council
Saki Rezwana, Bangladesh Free Trade Union Congress (Member ITUC)
Salam Sayeed.
Salim Khan, Little India Foundation
Salma Ansari, Parcham Collective
Salomi Jacob.
Saloni Verma, Shiv Nadar University
Sam Thomas.
Sameera Iyengar, Theatre person
Sameera Khan, independent journalist, Writer, researcher
Samina, Forward Trust
Samina Yasmin.
Samir S.
Samiya Javed, Amu
Samiya Khan, Jamia Millia Islamia
Samta, Diet Special Officer Association Haryana
Samyak, Jan Natya Manch, New Delhi
Sana Farheen, Led By Foundation
Sandhya Gokhale, Forum Against Oppression of Women
Sandhya Phadke.
Sandhya Shaily, All India Democratic Women’s Association
Sangeeta Chatterji.
Sangeetha Arunachalam, Madras Bar Association
Sania Hashmi, Anhad Films
Sania Mariam, Muslim Women’s Study Circle
Sanjoy Sachdev, Love Commandos
Sanya Khan.
Sarah Hashmi, Actor
Sareba Quasar, Private Employee
Sarika Chaudhary, Democratic Students’ Federation, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Sarika Sinha.
Sarita Jaitly, Retired
Sarojini N, Jan Swasthya Abhiyan
Satyadeo Bareth, Oran Foundation
Satyam Shrivastava, Writer
Saumya Dadoo, Detention Solidarity
Savad Rahman, journalist.
Savita, AIDWA
Savitri, AIDWA Haryana
Sayoni Basu, Duckbill Books
Seema Baquer, independent Consultant
Seema Nair, Gfhr
Sehba Farooqui, All India Democratic Women’s Association
Sejal Dand, Gujarat
Selvyn Jussy, University of Calcutta
Shaan Katari Libby, advocate.
Shabana Bano, Applyboard
Shabnam Hashmi, Anhad
Shabnam Parveen, Academics
Shafi Ahmed.
Shagufta Hakeem, Department of Public Safety
Shagufta Musvee.
Shaheen Khan, TISS Mumbai
Shaheen Shasa.
Shahid Mohammad, Mediator
Shahida Kidwai Farooqui, social activist
Shahla Rehana, Patna Women’s College
Shahnawaz Akhtar, Enewsroom India
Shahrukh, Teacher
Shahwar Kibria Maqhfi, University of California, Los Angeles.
Shaibani Azam, Professor, Jamia Millia University
Shaik Salauddin, Telangana Gig and Platform Workers Union
Shailendra Chaudhary, RBS
Shailja Patel, Five College Women’s Studies Research Center
Shaista Siddiqui.
Shakaib Azhar Chaudhry.
Shakeel, Doctor
Shalini Gera, lawyer, Chhattisgarh High Court
Shalu Nigam, advocate.
Shama Bano, Citizens for Justice and Peace
Shambhu Ghatak, independent researcher
Shamim Ahmad, Igate Global Solution
Shamina Shafiq, former Member, National Commission for Women
Shams Tabrez, Educational Administration
Sharib Haroon, IAMC
Sharique, CAOP
Sharique Manazir, DIRF
Sharmila, Iit Bombay
Shazia Akbar, Girls Education and Welfare Fund
Shazin Siddiqui, Human Collective
Sheba George, activist
Sheeba Sibal.
Sheema Fatima, TISS, Mumbai
Sheena Jain, Retd Jamia Millia Islamia
Shefali Jha, Anveshi Hyderabad
Shevanti Narayan.
Shewli Kumar, Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Shikha Kapur, academic
Shikha Sen, Editor and Teacher
Shinani Bhaumik, AIMSS, Tripura
Shipra Narang, UN
Shiraz, PUCL
Shireen Maswood, Associate Prof of History (retd.), Calcutta University
Shireen Sethna Baria, Human Rights
Shirin Rai, University of Warwick
Sho, Jan Jagran Shakti Sangathan, Bihar
Shohini Ghosh, Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia
Shraddha Chickerur.
Shravasti Roy
Shreshtha Das, activist and researcher
Shriram Dubey Azad, Azad Foundation
Shruti Ravi, independent researcher
Shubha Jindel, PUCL Rajasthan
Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Artist and Writer
Shukla Sawant, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Shweta Azad, freelancer.
Shweta Ghosh, University of Reading
Shweta R, researcher
Shweta Radhakrishnan, student.
Shweta Tiwary, NIH
Shyamala A.
Shyla K John, AIMSS.
Siddharth K J.
Siddhi, student.
Simar Puneet, NGMA
Simeran Gell, Cambridge
Simran Atwal.
Simreen Khatoon, St.Anns College for Women
Sindhuja Maurya, Teacher
Sitaram Shelar, Center for Promoting Democracy
Smita Chaudhari, Gs-Organisation Mumbai Mahila Congress.
Smita Gupta, Economist
Soma KP, independent researcher
Sona Khan.
Sonal Sharma, student AUD.
Sonal Sharma, Sewa Delhi
Sonam Chaturvedi, OP Jindal Global University
Sonia Kidwai, Professional
Sonya Gill, AIDWA Maharashtra
Soofia Usmani, former Assistant Professor at Jubail University
Srabani, JMS
Sreerekha Sathi, International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
Sriram Varanasi.
Subhashini Ali, AIDWA
Subrath Mohanty.
Sucharita Sen, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Suchetana Chattopadhyay, Jadavpur University
Sudha Kamath, AIMSS.
Sudha N.
Sudha Sundararaman, AIDWA
Sudhir Kumar Suthar, CPS, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Sujata Gothoskar, Forum Against Oppression of Women
Sujatha, Dalit Women Collective
Sukanya N, AIDWA
Sunalini Kumar, Ambedkar University Delhi
Suneeta Dhar, activist
Sunita Pande, AIDWA Uttarakhand
Sunita Zaidi, Rhodes Fellow, JMI
Sunny Lyngdoh.
Supriya, Pradan
Suraj Sanap, independent lawyer.
Surajit Mazumdar, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Surbhi Karwa, lawyer.
Surbhi Vatsa, Center for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Suresh Kumar, lawyer.
Susie Thatu, independent scholar
Svati Shah, academic
Swati Chakraborty, Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy
Swati Goswami.
Swati Kamble, University of Geneva/Dalit Bahujan Adivasi Vimukta Women Collective
Swati Narayan, National Institute of Advanced Studies
Swatija, FAOW
Swayamprava Nayak, AIMSS.
Syed Inam Ur Rahman, journalist.
Syed Mohammad Zafar.
Syed Munibuddin.
Syed Musanna.
Syed Yasser Ali, IISc
Syeda Saiyidain Hameed, Muslim Women’s Forum
T. Toll, IIT Delhi
Tahini, Delhi High Court
Tahira Ghias.
Talat, School
Tanisha Nag, National Centre for Coastal Research, Chennai
Tanvi Sharma, Volunteers Collective
Tanya Singh, TISS, Mumbai
Tanzil Khan.
Tara Rai, Democracy Collective
Tara Shanker, University of Delhi
Tarana Sharfuddin, Women India Movement (Wim)
Tarannum Siddiqui, Women’s Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia
Tariq Hasan, IAMC
Tarun Bhartiya, Raiot Collective
Tasneem Farzana, forward Trust
Teesta Guha Sarkar, Pan Macmillan India
Tehsina Sarwar, BHA
Teresa Barat.
Thahira Iqbal, Writer and dai of Islam
Thankachan Vpnf, Kerala Sastra Sahithya Parishath
Trishna Sarkar, University of Delhi.
Tuba Junaid, Led By Foundation
Udaya Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Uma Bhrugubanda, EFL University, Hyderabad
Uma Chaudhury, AIMSS. Tripura
Umaruddin Ansari.
Umesh Chandola, Veterinarian
Umme Salma, Teacher