Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Egyptian Sharia lawyer says it's a national duty to rape women who wear ripped jeans

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An Egyptian Sharia lawyer has prompted outrage for saying harassing and raping girls who wear revealing clothing such as ripped jeans is a “national duty”.
Nabih al-Wahsh, a prominent Muslim preacher, made the controversial comments during a Egyptian TV panel show discussion debating a draft law on prostitution.
Under Sharia law throughout the Middle East, Asia and Africa women's rights are violated on a daily basis.
In countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia, tens of thousands of women are imprisoned and flogged over "moral crimes" like removing the veil in public.
Human rights groups, the United Nations and even the ICC tend to turn a blind eye to the brutal human rights abuses in the Arab-Muslim world for fear of violating political correctness rules or damaging the image of Islam in the West.