He is Dhul-Jalali Wal-Ikram
Here are some facts to think about:
Sexual violence may occur in any type of relationship, but most perpetrators of sexual assault are known to their victims. Among victims ages 18 to 29, two-thirds had a prior relationship with the offender. The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) reports that 6 in 10 rape or sexual assault victims said that they were assaulted by an intimate partner, relative, friend or acquaintance. A study of sexual victimization of college women showed that 9 out of 10 victims knew the person who sexually victimized them.  One research project found that 34 percent of women surveyed were victims of sexual coercion by a husband or intimate partner in their lifetime. 
Wa aleykum salam
Dear sister, i hope you dont bring these statistics to show that women put themselfs in situations like this, to be a rape victim....these women are not as worthy of mercy as the men are ?
That is not a fair share of forgivness.
And is about the choice of the woman, not of the society.
She may have forgiven him, but that does not mean to let a criminal in your life and next to your child.