There was diversity among the motorcyclists, with “ISF bikers riding alongside ladies and male riders.”
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Around 50 motorcyclists rolled out of Ain al-Mreisseh over the weekend, headed for a memorial statue in Baabda for women victims of domestic violence in a bid to raise awareness about a campaign launched by rights group ABAAD.The group's latest campaign is seeking to increase awareness of rights for female survivors of human trafficking and sexual assault by rolling out large posters across Internal Security Forces centers throughout Lebanon.ISF motorcyclists were active participants in the ride, with bikers at various checkpoints along the route distributing flyers with information about ABAAD's campaign.Khazzaka, who was the first female Harley Owners Group road captain in the MENA region, said that Ladies of Harley frequently supported campaigns of this nature.
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