Egypt women report sharp increase in sex abuse.


On the night Hosni Mubarak fell from power, the crowds that rejoiced in Cairo’s central square were so dense, so roiling and rowdy that Mohamed Assyouti couldn’t push his way through when his girlfriend, Mariam Nekiwi, was assaulted several yards away.

“A group of men surrounded her from four directions and closed her off,” he said.

First someone grabbed her groin, she said. Other hands groped the rest of her body, pinching hard and yanking at her clothes. She was shoved one way and then the other. The frenzy was so sudden, the crush so stifling, that she could barely see. She shouted, and then screamed. The reaction was swift.

“People started yelling at me to be quiet,” recalled Nekiwi, a 24-year-old video editor, still shaken by the ordeal. “They said: ‘Don’t tarnish the revolution. Don’t make a scene.’ They said: ‘We are men. We’re sorry. Just go now.’ ”

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Muslims make the false claim that their god, allah, is the same as the God of the Bible.
But, if that were true, the Muslim population, oh, so ”religious” would exhibit the fruits of God’s Spirit.
Galatians 5:22 and 23 lists them:

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

Muslim males claim to have no self-control.
That is why they insist on all women being covered up……or else.
And, as the study we have seen here at FA showed, even being covered is no protection for a female.
Not the same god, not even close.

CURT, I’m shock at their crooked way of analizing a situation,
is that the peaceefull MUSLIMS you want as neighbords, they cannot control their inner corruption
when they are gathered together with the call of their leaders, to yell for a revolution, and become worse than animal on their behavior against women; WHO on earth would want to follow such religion.
their actions ,they them self admit to be to advance the cause of their belief,