A man dresses as a woman and goes undercover to expose sexual harassment in Egypt, CNN’s Reza Sayah reports.
The actor Waleed Hammad said the stress and fear he felt of men harassing him dressed as a woman was overwhelming. “I as a man could not imagine living every single day like that.”
A study conducted by UN Women in Cairo concluded that 99.6% of girls and women in Egypt are subjected to sexually harassment. The report found that 82.6% of surveyed women do not feel safe or secure on Egypt’s streets. These women should be given a gun and full right to shoot their stalker point blank without any legal consequences. Let’s see then how long this habit of these men continues.
The idea that only around “20,000 women are raped” in Egypt is of course laughable considering that 33 million women are sexually harassed. The reason statistics do not show more rape cases is due to the fear of Sharia, and that the women carry the blame.
This is what the West’s political leaders have now imported into the West. They have underminded the safety and freedom of women and children all across our nations, for which they should face treason charges.
In 2014 Egyptian director Safwan Nasser El Din made the short-film “The Victim” about sexual harassment in Egypt. The film was screened at 2014 Cannes Short Film Corner. He describes it as “The victim’s journey from accepting her state of submission to breaking free from the shackles of society and fighting back against sexual harassment.”