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Rmala’s Projects and the beheading campaign

@BarefootRara & BestInventoryFX, some Twitter accounts of Ramlar Akhtar from Rmala’s Project is promoting a picture where she is allegedly beheaded. Since the autumn 2020 wave of Islamist murders in France, she repeatedly shares this tale to present herself as a victim. Actually the April 2020 image she refers to is an allegory of her defamation and toxic discourse being flushed from the high Chapursan Valley, thanks to its rapid river.

A Rmala’s Projects web creation designed to deprive a mountain family from its livelihood

“Rmala’s Projects” for it self-promotion made some web pages for a mountain family guesthouse. It was advertised as a website and a gift from an expert in development consultancy. It appeared to be a hatred weapon to cut the mountain family from its guests and from its source of income. We reveal the expertise expressed for this “project” resulted in a poor internet creation but in an evidence of a deceptive and malevolent talent for forgery and use of forgery.

Rmala’s Projects, a Pakistani scam ?

Ramla’s Projects, also said Rmala’s Projects, is connected with Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, aka Rmala al’Aalam, etc. who claims being involved in the support of a sustainable development in Pakistan northern high valleys. It is, actually, a fake charitable NGO, with an illegal status, using false communication, appropriating the achievements of other organisations, non complying with public generosity appeal requirements, working according to an anti-transparency scheme, involved in criminal activities. Ramla’s Project is a scam.

Rmala’s Projects – Speed Development in These Times of Collapse & Emergence- Decoding its Facebook page

Rmala’s projects ran by the Pakistani Ramla Akhtar presents itself, according to its Facebook page, as a sort of NGO focusing on development. The reality appears to be quite different. It looks more like a small independant and chargeable business, which does not refrain itself to call for public donationunder charitable invocations. The review of prior experiences does not ascertain any expertise or succes in the sphere of the offered services.

Ramla’s projects – An audit of its website promises

Ramla’s projects is a reformulation of Ramla Akhtar’s so-called consultancy firm “NEXT>by Ramla”. Subsequently, for unknown reasons, it was renamed under “Rmala’s projects” . The “owner” of this entity calls herself Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Ramla al’Aalam, Rmala Aalam or Ramala al’Aalam. While public donations are sollicited, this permanent shif in the names introduces a questioning lack a tranparency. A review of Ramla’s projects website shows internal contradictions, which make it non trustable. Extra information evidence a mystification.

Rmala Aalam from Rmala’s Projects, interview with one of her victims

The following article might look written into excessive terms. However, it is a strong indication on how far Rmala Aalam’s dishonest behavior can bring people. Although we would chose another vocabulary, we thanks M. Bernard Grua for this interview and for his detailed answers.

Rmala Aalam from Rmala’s Projects, child maltreatment

We were devastated when we found the following testominies presented as comments to  “Report about a domestic toxic speech against the Wakhi minority of Chapursan ”. They pushed us to a critical review and to deprive the suspect of any management tasks in our ogranisation. We also decided to prohibite any donation to our organisation until a full audit is performed and until the potentialy misappropriated funds are clearly determined.

@GruaAbuseArkive, the major impersonating dark Twitter account from Ramla’s Projects

@GruaAbuseArkive is an “anonymous” and impersonating Twitter account, connected with Rmala’s Projects. Since September 18, 2019, it is oriented towards hate speech, defamation, calumnious denunciations, blackmail, doxxing and calls for violences against western foreigners and against the Wakhi local minority living in Chapursan Valley, Northern Pakistan.