Thursday, August 21, 2008

98% of Women Visitors to Egypt are Sexually Harassed...

This Ramadan we are going to get the Islamic missionaries from Al- Azhar again to teach us morality and how to live a good life that we may get the virgins and boys of perpetual freshness in Jannah.

Among other things they will teach our women to shave their pubic hair if husband returns home at night after a long journey...7.62.173

  • Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah:
    The Prophet said, "If you enter (your town) at night (after coming from a journey), do not enter upon your family till the woman whose husband was absent (from the house) shaves her pubic hair and the woman with unkempt hair, combs her hair" Allah's Apostle further said, "(O Jabir!) Seek to have offspring, seek to have offspring!" - Sahih Bukhari:Volume 7, Book 62, Number 173:
We are told that Al-Azhar is the oldest university in the world and a place of great learning. So we send our sons there to study that they may come back and share with us the teachings of Mohammed, Prophet of Islam. But the people they taught and sent back to us turned out to be a group of thugs and perverted thieves who have practically destroyed the Maldives.
Now every Ramazan we bring a bunch of these experts that our people may hear the teachings straight from the professors mouth. However it seems that they are not doing such a great job in their own country.

"A total 98% of foreign women visiting or living in Egypt are victims of several kinds of sexual harassment and 66.1% of them got an unpleasant impression of the Egyptian society due to the negative experience, but not so bad that they will avoid going back to the country. Only 7.0% of them said that they had no intention of going back to Egypt and 4.6% will warn their friends, exhorting them not to visit the country of Pyramids. The above was stated in a research of the "Egyptian Centre for Women's Rights (ECWR)", released today in Cairo and conducted under the campaign "Make our streets safer for everyone", which specifically aims at opposing sexual harassment and at condemning the risk that this behaviour might cause a strong reduction in the number of tourists, with disastrous economic consequences.

In a study released in the last weeks of July, the Centre had informed that 82% of Egyptian women report to have been subjected to unpleasant attention by men, on the street, in public places or on transport vehicles.

Without analysing the reasons for the greater impact of the phenomenon on foreign women, ECWR's president, Nehad Abul Komsan, suggested that the authorities install street cameras to be able to identify the authors of the harassments and to obtain at the same time a deterring effect, like it happens already in some centres of India and the United Arab Emirates.

At the presentation of the study there were also MPs like Mohsen Radi, exponent of the Muslim Brotherhood, who remarked how the aggressors "do not spare even the God-fearing women, wearing the hijab (the veil on the head) or the niqab (which exposes only the eyes)". "The majority of the victims refuse to report the aggressions. I will involve the Parliament to understand why this happens", he pointed out.
Even on the workplaces harassment is widespread, according to economist Hamdi Abdelazeem, who focused on the abuse of power which is often exercised by managers and businessmen over their female employees."

Do we really need these Islamic missionaries to teach us even though they cannot teach their own to behave decently?


  1. Anonymous3:51 PM

    now that Nasandhura Penis Hotel is closed where will these chaps and their oversized cucumbers and camels stay?

  2. This looks very much a biased message. My dear, almost 70% of our youth are drug addicts. yet that is no excuse for u and me to be like them. likewise, it will be a miscalculation to blame the scholars coming from Egypt simply for something that they don't have much control of. the Egypt has a dictator like ruling there is little they can do about it.. its a truth on ground we see as its recently that our scholars were able to open mouth very recently too.

  3. Anonymous4:53 PM

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  4. Anonymous7:27 PM

    2nd anony.......comeon!!
    please comment something else..

    ya and aliflaamgaaf..this whole blog exactly is biased...the writer is out to prove Islam is wrong..collects such articles from everywhere n posts here..the irony of all this is not cos shes a not a muslim, but she cant leave Islam behind her..thats the irony of it..and there are plenty of non Muslim bloggers..but they are not as obsessed as she seems to be...

    and its as if people of other religons dont commit crimes..look as sky news for every day news they show some sort of crime committed by their citizens..they are not muslims, and no one bothers to mention their religon...

    .Every one is free to choose their religon...But such stuff comes out of people who are obsessed...

  5. Anonymous7:47 PM

    last anony..very well said..its as the owner of this blog feels and thinks its her obligation to give the mssage to others Islam is not right...LOL

  6. Anonymous7:56 PM

    oh my aim is to lay bare her identity; to the point buruma gasim cuts of her tongue and burns her "LOL" eh

  7. Anonymous11:25 AM

    wel re u sure the author of this blog is the daughter of illerterate Millionaire Gasim Ibrahim ?

  8. Anonymous12:06 PM

    illiterate Millionare - :-)
    even if the author is the daughter of gaim, we cant judge him only according to that fact only...rangalhumeehegge ves nubai dhari yei huredhaane...we might never know...