JOURNALISTS ATTACKED BY VICIOUS EGYPTIAN MOB, FEMALE PRODUCER CALLS THEM ANIMALS

Amer had few words to describe the terrifying ordeal.
“They were animals,” she said.

Fahmy lay on top of Amer, shielding her with his body.

“I was thinking, how powerless I was because there was no police to save us,” Fahmy said. “I was worried that they were going to rape her.”

At that moment, a student bystander named Mohammed el Banna called out to the journalists and pointed out a nearby car.

Somehow, Fahmy managed to carry Amer to the open door of the public television crew’s car, where two of her female colleagues were waiting just a few feet away.

The mob pounded on the windows and tried to reach into the vehicle as the panicked reporters fumbled and struggled to get behind the steering wheel.

When Margaret Warner, a correspondent with the PBS program “Newshour” managed to get the vehicle moving away from the crowd, men threw stones at the departing vehicle.

Amer had few words to describe the terrifying ordeal.

“They were animals,” she said.

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One Reply to “JOURNALISTS ATTACKED BY VICIOUS EGYPTIAN MOB, FEMALE PRODUCER CALLS THEM ANIMALS”

  1. The liberals refuse to admit that sending women on news crews in the Middle East is asking for trouble, they got lucky this time and no one was raped but another rape will occur.

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