‘Sharia Harassment’ Plagues Egyptian Women

This is the third story today that seems to indicate a massive and rapid decline in individual rights within Egypt since the election of Morsi.


Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy watch celebrations at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 18, 2012. (photo by REUTERS/Suhaib Salem)

posted on Wednesday, Jul 4, 2012

Several areas in Egypt are currently witnessing a rise in the phenomenon some are calling “Sharia harassment.” Veiled women, and often men as well, intimidate unveiled women and girls for not wearing clothing in line with the rules of Sharia law.

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6 Replies to “‘Sharia Harassment’ Plagues Egyptian Women”

  1. Interestingly, sex slaves of Muslims do not have to wear covering clothes. Yet, it is not acceptable to rape someone else’s sex slaves. So Muslim men ARE able to control themselves!

    They are stinking hypocrites, and will burn in hell.

  2. What beats me is,if a Group of these Women are Protesting at a Roadside,…”How the Hell do you know which one’s your Wife”,??????

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