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December 21st, 2011
06:54 PM ET

Woman recounts violent attack in Egypt

Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy, who was beaten last month by Egyptian police, discuss the brutal attacks on women in Cairo and expresses her outrage at the situation.

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Filed under: Egypt • Middle East
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  1. Penelope

    sorry but i have to agree with wv and maha here i don't go around nisayg that im a werewolf even though i am and a lot of u think u know thing about werewolfs and u dont and the goverment covers all the stuff about us killing humans thats y u never see it on the news or news paper and when they say that it was some type of bear or unknown animal or dog it is really just one of the few lucky humans that get turned in to this and we have many names hounds of hell the devils biders and there are some with a good hart that get turned in to the angles biders or holy hound but the ones who dont know if they are a holy hound or hound of hell are like me the holy hound of hell and we are so good about hiding bodys and thing so if all of the people want to beleav that they are werewolf let them think that and get shot and die but when u are like me u can't die at all

    March 4, 2012 at 9:37 pm |
  2. Jim Thomas

    That world over there has no respect for women period and they never will.They are nothing but animals and will never change.Jim Thomas Phx. Az.

    December 22, 2011 at 11:55 am |
  3. Mike

    This woman is saying that her arm and hand were broken. There is no swelling of either hand. I find this very questionable.

    December 22, 2011 at 9:59 am |
  4. geesam47

    Taking a view from the top down, it appears that a large aspect of the Moslem religion is going through a revolution of faith and matter. Unless captured by an inside group, the religion is changing from one type seen in Iran to another type even beyond the type seen in Saudi Arabia.. Death must be removed and freedom and women must be added in. Has the twentieth century and the computer age reached the Faith? It would appear so.

    December 21, 2011 at 7:14 pm |

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