Skip to comments.Women violated in the cradle of Egypt’s revolution, activists say
Posted on 03/23/2013 3:56:55 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Cairo's Tahrir Square, once the staging ground for the massive uprising that ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, is quickly becoming notorious for something very different: an organized campaign of sexual assaults, activists say.
The past year has seen an increase in attacks against women at demonstrations, but recently they have been particularly rampantand, according to witnesses and activists, they have been following similar patterns.
On the two-year anniversary of the revolution on Jan. 25, at least 19 women were sexually assaulted in and around Tahrir Square in one night, some with knives, activists said. Dozens more cases have been reported in the two months since.
The message to women is, You should stay at home, you should stop protesting, you should feel stigmatized, said Hania Moheeb, an Egyptian journalist who was herself assaulted in the square that night.
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Obama’s war on woman continues.
And we’re sending these bass turds HOW much in jizya ... I mean foreign aid? This needs to stop IMMEDIATELY.
Rape and murder is just a way of life for these mysogynistic orcs of the middle east, and the libs seem to like that.
And is anyone surprised by this? Muslims have never treated women well.
Obama’s war on women? No, that would be the Muslim war on women.
Wait, isn’t Obama a Muslim?
Aha. It all makes sense now.
There was a time this would really upset me. I’ve been
desensitized over the years,as we’ve learned more about
TROP. The needle on my give-a-damn meter doesn’t even move.
Just thankful to have been born and lived in America as
it was. Also glad to be well into my 50’s,not starting out.
When you put rabbid dogs in charge of a country - especially Islamic dogs - don’t be surprised when women get assaulted, abused, and raped....
They should change the name to gangbang square.
Oh, my! Egyptians attacking women. What is this world coming to?
Cairo's Tahrir Square... becoming notorious for... an organized campaign of sexual assaults... "The message to women is, 'You should stay at home, you should stop protesting, you should feel stigmatized,'" said Hania Moheeb, an Egyptian journalist who was herself assaulted in the square that night.
What would one expect from Leftists? The only difference is that “our” Leftists pretend to care about women as something other than useful tools to further an agenda.
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