Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Egypt: Epidemic of Sexual Violence | Human Rights Watch

What do you expect from a society based on a cult of evil and murder? This just reinforces the obvious fact that muslim men have no, zero, zip, nada respect for any woman. Gang rapes of women are common practice in countries that embrace the cult of islam. A cult began by a pedophilic false prophet who used this cult to justify sex with pre-pubescent girls. islam is a cult of evil ugly subjugation of women and murdering those who have different beliefs.

Where is NOW? Why have we not heard form the feminists who constantly screech about Christian men holding them down? Where is the outrage?

All you dumass liberal/progressive/wanna-be marxists constantly demonize any attempt to inject religion into everyday life, and yet you support a so-called religion the very essence of which is total control of government based on a so-called religious philosophy. islam is a theocracy, dumass. Its a religion based government, the very exact thing you fight here in America. What a bunch of asshats and assclowns you all are.

Hypocrite is too broad a label for the likes of you. You're just effffing stupid.

Egypt: Epidemic of Sexual Violence | Human Rights Watch
(New York) – Egyptian officials and political leaders across the spectrum should condemn and take immediate steps to address the horrific levels of sexual violence against women in Tahrir Square. Egyptian anti-sexual harassment groups confirmed that mobs sexually assaulted and in some cases raped at least 91 women in Tahrir Square, over four days of protests beginning on June 30, 2013, amid a climate of impunity.
“The rampant sexual attacks during the Tahrir Square protests highlight the failure of the government and all political parties to face up to the violence that women in Egypt experience on a daily basis in public spaces,” said Joe Stork, deputy Middle East director at Human Rights Watch. “These are serious crimes that are holding women back from participating fully in the public life of Egypt at a critical point in the country’s development.”


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