Monday, January 20, 2020

Watch: Muslim boys in Egypt say rape is punishment for women who do not obey Islamic dress code

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A video that went viral on social networks from a street interview of Teenagers in Egypt who were asked to give their opinion on rape.
They all said rape is the woman's fault, they said a woman who neither prays nor wears a hijab or niqab deserves to be harassed in the street.
This is the social norm in most Arab-Islamic countries.
In Iran and Saudi Arabia, women who do not wear a veil face heavy prison sentences.
Western countries, especially feminists in Europe and America, are turning a blind eye to the brutal violation of women's rights in the Arab world, in countries where Shariah is the norm.
The video was shared on social media with the following description:
"Watch and listen to school kids speak their mindsets...it says a lot about their education, upbringing, ignorance and much more. All of these contribute to the widespread phenomena of sexual harassment in Egypt.
The video is available in Arabic with English subtitles..."