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Today, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sitê mê ordered his interior minister to lớn fight sexual harassment after several women were attacked during his inauguration celebrations. But will el-Sisi's sentiment make a difference?

"Definitely", says Hania Moheeb a prominent activist for Women's rights in Egypt và who is herself a victlặng of sexual harassment.

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"President Sisi owes a lot khổng lồ Egyptian women who lined up lớn vote for him."

"I was happy that he spoke about the issue...I think that if he has the will and declared that he has the will then something will happen."

According to lớn the U.N. Entity for Gender Eunique & Empowerment of Women, over 99% of women in Egypt will suffer some khung of sexual harassment at some point và it's an experience Hania Moheeb knows all too well.

She was just one of the thousands of Egyptians who took to Tahrir Square in Cairo last year, to commemorate the second anniversary of the January 25th revolution. But something happened that catapulted her into activism; she was sexually assaulted.

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"As soon as I mix foot in Tahrir Square, I got attacked by mobs, by groups of young men. I don't know the number. It was getting dark & the light was off, all the lights in the square was off. I couldn't recognize anyone and the attack lasted for 35 minutes almost.”

'The problem has two sides'

Moheeb was quichồng to lớn point the multi-faceted nature of women's rights in Egypt, one that is echoed across the world. There is, she said, "the legal and executive sầu part and the cultural and educational part."

"The whole thing about laws in Egypt is that we don't have sầu a method of applying those laws."

ahtq.vn asked if it is the police who are not prepared to handle cases of harassment.

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"Definitely the police are not prepared for this, but they are also not prepared for many other types of crimes...for the last 10 lớn đôi mươi years the only role of the police in Egypt, till the end of the Mubarak era, was to lớn protect the regime...This has lớn change".

And the cultural & educational situation?

"Everybody was complicit at that time, over the last decades because the religious discourse, especially directed through the Muslyên ổn Brotherhood in Egypt, was always looking at women as inferior."

"We have to lớn change the method of education and teach children echất lượng from the very beginning."


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