BarefootRara, a new website

BarefootRara and BestInventoryFX are two Twitter accounts belonging to the radicalized Pakistani Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam. They are used for cyberstalking purposes. A website was recently designed for being a centralized media base of the documentation available, on-line, about these malevolent actions. Here below is a short presentation of its different sections.

Unmasking a « NATO agent » in Northern Pakistan

Because of my photographic and publication work about Pamirs, Ramla Akhtar, now residing in Gilgit city, publicly and repeatedly accuses me of being a NATO agent in charge of promoting unrest and separatism in the mountainous Northern Pakistan. These unsupported allegations put my life at risk in a country as explosive as Pakistan, deeply impregnated with islamo-nationalism

Facing allegations of plagiarism from a Pakistani cyberstalker

An article I have written, on Medium, in March 2020 about how western vloggers misrepresent Pakistan is challenged by the Pakistani cyberstalker Ramla Akhtar, aka Rama Aalam, on Twitter. She says my publication would be a plagiarism. Actually, the text of my article and its documents are original ones resulting from my researches and from my personal writings. As far as the subject of the article is concerned, it is not an “idea” invented by Ramla Aakhtar claiming her own « property » on February 2020. It is a hot topic from years before. My article is a detailed contribution but it never pretended having created the concept under review.

@BestInventoryPR, principaux signalements transmis à Twitter pour ce compte pakistanais malveillant

Le compte Twitter @BestInventoryPR a été créé au Pakistan, en juillet 2021, dans le dessein de nuire au responsable d’une société française basée à Nantes. Le présent document expose les principales plaintes adressées à la modération du réseau social. Elles concernent le harcèlement, la diffamation, la dénonciation calomnieuse, l’usurpation d’identité et la violation de propriété intellectuelle.

Rmala’s Projects, also called Ramla’s Projects, in Hunza: communication, achievements, and ethics

Rmala’s Projects is a name Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, from Karachi, used to promote her sustainable and environment friendly development endeavour in Gojal, Upper Hunza Valley. After seven years in High Asia, she finally returned to Pakistani lowlands. It is the right time to evaluate her contribution to the life of the populations living in this High Asia region. It appears her questionable presence brought more troubles than benefits, if any. 

Un cas emblématique du discours pakistanais de haine raciale et religieuse contre une minorité et contre les Occidentaux

Ramla Akhtar, alias Rmala Aalam, est une femme instruite et radicalisée du sud Pakistan. Son discours de haine, étranger à la rationalité occidentale, laisserait penser par son argumentaire délirant, à un cas isolé. Pourtant, lorsque la France connaissait, à l’automne 2020, une série d’attentats terroristes meurtriers, il a été possible de prendre connaissance de messages effarants sur Twitter. Ils provenaient de nombreux citoyens pakistanais, mais aussi de leur gouvernement…

Harcèlement pakistanais islamiste à Nantes, nouvelle demande d’aide et de protection à la municipalité

Monsieur Bassem Asseh, premier adjoint au maire de Nantes, et Madame Aicha Bassal, adjointe personnel et relation sociale ont été destinataires, ces derniers jours, de tweets de dénonciation calomnieuse envoyés par la radicalisée pakistanaise, Ramla Akhtar. Cet article reprend le fil twitter des publications qui ont été adressées à ces deux adjoints par Bernard Grua afin de demander, une nouvelle fois, assistance et protection aux autorités nantaises, singulièrement indifférentes à une haineuse campagne de harcèlement, dont elles ont pourtant été témoins à de très nombreuses reprises depuis près d’un an.

Analysis of « Wake Up on Social Media by Ramla Akhtar »

This presentation, « Wake up to Social Media », published in 2008 by Ms Ramla Akhtar, under « NEXT by Ramla », is a very interesting one. Not that it is a technology contribution or the result of breaking through researches. It is a vision of a time close from us. However, it is already a vision from a remote past. It is a personal vision of a young educated female user, 28 years old, from a specific country, Pakistan, and from a specific social environment. It tells a lot about its author and the corresponding population segment, which can also be found in other parts of the world.

Review of « Social Entrepreneurship: How Business Can Change Communities – By Ramla Akhtar »

This is an interesting text written, in 2008, by Ramla Akhtar (today calling herself Rmala Aalam) a young urban lady, 28 years old at this time, from Pakistani lowlands. This is rather descriptive with not so much added value. However, what says this young professional about herself worth to be known, especially in connection with her current experience in remote communities of Hunza. This person has an amazing complex personality.

The People-Centered Model of Business ™ – By Ramla Akhtar

This article was written in 2006 by a young student, Ms Ramla Akhtar (nowadays calling herself « Rmala Aalam »). It is reproduced under the creative common policy. Credit is given to the author. Akhtar migrated from Karachi to the mountains of northern Pakistan in 2013, where she lives since. In May 2019, she entered into an open religious and ethnic confrontation with the minority among whom she lives. Then, 14 years after its writing, this article becomes an important document to understand the basis for a radical shift in this unusual character.