“I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her”!!!
This crazy statement was made by the Egyptian lawmaker Lawyer Nabih al-Wahsh for a question posed by himself.
“Are you happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing?” This was the questioned asked by Lawyer Nabih al-Wahsh and later on he himself gave out the bizarre statement of giving a call to rape women.
He had also said that “Girls must respect themselves so others respect them. Protecting morals is more important than protecting borders”. But when there grew wide spread anger against this statement, he said that he made this statement in order for more stringent punishments for sexual harassment.
This statement was slammed by everyone especially women across Egypt. Later a case was filed against al-Wahsh and the TV channel by the National Council for Women.
This man is not new to controversy, because in 2015 during a debate he said that women should not be permitted to serve as judges.
According to Nabih al-Wahsh, a sick egyptian conservative, it is the national duty to rape women who wear ripped jeans… (1)
— Hobbit of Hogwarts? (@magical_hobbit) November 2, 2017
Keep Nabih Al-Wahsh away from all women.
— Moeez Siddiqui (@messofanego) November 2, 2017
This gentleman slammed this communal sexist person and asked not to apply for a visa. He is absolutely correct because such kind of radical elements must be restricted from spreading all over the world.
— Wafaa Heikal (@WafHeikal) October 30, 2017
99.3 percent of the women are sexually harassed in Egypt, says United Nations study!!!
“Virtually all Egyptian women have been victims of sexual harassment.” A whopping 99.3 percent of the women studied report having been sexually harassed. The most common form of harassment was inappropriate touching: 96.5 percent of the women who’d been harassed said they’d been physically assaulted” this was according to a 2013 United Nations study.
“They just want me to be a normal girl in Egyptian society and be traditional — get married, have a family, have kids, don’t work too much. I just don’t want my life to be about creating a family. I was going through severe, severe depression … I just wanted to kill myself at the end and die out of misery”. These were the words of the women who has been suffocated by the senseless rules imposed in Egypt by her community.
This indicates that the condition of women is not good due to the radical elements exercising their dictatorship over women.