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“The whole of Peshawar was aware of what was happening,” Rabel Javed, another of the men’s targets, told me.

“We all just kept reporting, but nothing seemed to work,” Javed said.

Nighat Dad has experience with both the hamlet and the city.

She and her siblings—two brothers and three sisters—grew up in Karachi and Lahore, but they have family and roots in the village of Ratta Matta, in Punjab province, a place known for blazing mustard fields, not scorching tarmac.

According to Dad, the men eventually settled out of court.

“Online harassment in Pakistan differs from the West,” Amber Shamsi, a journalist in Islamabad, told me.

Last June, an eighteen-year-old student at Edwardes College, in Peshawar, Pakistan, opened an e-mail to see a picture of her face digitally superimposed on the naked body of another woman.

As the student read the attached message, her dismay curdled into panic.

Among many religiously conservative Pakistanis, Dad said, there is a belief that women should not be using technology at all.

“I could only use the Internet and my mobile phone while at work,” she told me.

When she refused, Khan uploaded the doctored image, along with several others, to a page that he had created on Facebook titled “Edwardian Girls.” Each picture now included the student’s name, her phone number, and a lewd message: “I am available for sex.

Call me for a quickie.” It later transpired that the student was among fifty young women whom the people behind the Khan account—two men, one named Muhammad Ali Shah, and the other identified only as Suhail—harassed and blackmailed for a period of four years before they were arrested, last August.

Although all of Khan’s images had vulgar captions, not all contained indecent imagery.

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