Another Sexual Assault in Tahrir Square

CBS reporter Lara Logan suffered a lengthy and sustained sexual assault in Tahrir Square at a time when Egyptians were supposed to be celebrating (some way of showing jubilation, huh?). She revealed her story to 60 Minutes a few months later.

Bikyamasr reports on another, very similar assault, in the same place:

A foreign woman was stripped and sexually assaulted on Wednesday evening in Egypt’s iconic Tahrir Square, one eyewitness said on Twitter and another confirmed in an email to

The woman, who’s identity has not been revealed, was taken away in an ambulance after being assaulted for 10 minutes. Her husband reportedly was unable to intervene and witnessed the incident.

“I saw the woman and then dozens of men surrounded her and started grabbing her, when she screamed for help some people came, but they were hit in the face,” wrote one witness.

What happened next was “appalling,” said the trusted witness, who asked for anonymity. “The men just started tearing at her clothes and grabbing her body all over. When she fought back, they pushed her. It was chaos.”

There were unconfirmed reports that the men “violated” her with their hands.

The nationality of the woman is unknown at the current time.

Throughout the day, sexual harassment towards women has been increasing and more and more reports of women being grabbed and groped began being reported.

Again, why is the true nature of this ‘Arab Sping’ being ignored by the media, which is clearly choosing not to do its job?

Ezekiel 33:6 says:

But if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.’

How many Lara Logans must there be?


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