Small wonder. This is a case, once again, of a competent woman being pushed aside to accomodate a man.
Shaha Ali Riza was employed at the World Bank when Wolfowitz came there. I'm not surprised that she was angered at her treatment. I would be too.
By all accounts she is a brilliant woman who had a job that she liked and didn't want to be moved out of the way. I would have demanded consideration, too, if I were being required to give up a job I loved because of a situation I didn't ask for, or cause.
When is society going to stop viewing women as appendages to men who can be moved around as pawns on a chess board?