Lara Logan: I Have Post-Traumatic Stress After Assault in Egypt

Jan 24, 2012 Full story: E! Online 164

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#1 Jan 24, 2012
Sad news, terrible thing happening in Egypt.

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#2 Jan 24, 2012
Many reports about young Egyptians reveal escalating social problems together with sexual frustration.

Some Egyptian and Muslim men are sexual wild beasts and Islam as an inherently violent religion based around the sexual advances of their polygamous prophet whom married a child and his own sons wife.

Attractive women should avoid taking on risky tasks inside Islamic countries.
IL Principe

Aarhus, Denmark

#3 Jan 24, 2012
Sexual harassment is so bad that they even grab on a donkey - and it doesn't matter if it wears a hijab or not.....

http://insidethemiddleeast.blogs.cnn.com/2010...

That culture - the whole middle east - is in seriously need of some sex. I recommend that spathis go to the streets of Alexandria on his sausagejihad in stead of the Rhine.

Thank you.
IL Principe

Aarhus, Denmark

#4 Jan 24, 2012
Downtown Cairo is one of these hotspots. In 2008, during the Eid holiday, which marks the end of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, gangs of young men went on a rampage, groping women and, in some cases, ripping off womens' shirts.

This incident also got a lot of attention in the media here. Police arrested dozens of men. With the renewed efforts to raise awareness about the issue, and the government's move toward putting a new law in place, there is hope that women will be able to feel safer on the streets.

But the only real protection women can have is when the attitudes of men change

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#6 Jan 24, 2012
Not too long ago, the press was fawning over Tahrir Square protesters all wanting "change", well they got it!

Now power has been transferred to those who say that Hitler's holocaust was Allah's punishment.
Spathis

Vernon, Canada

#7 Jan 24, 2012
IL Principe wrote:
Downtown Cairo is one of these hotspots. In 2008, during the Eid holiday, which marks the end of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, gangs of young men went on a rampage, groping women and, in some cases, ripping off womens' shirts.
This incident also got a lot of attention in the media here. Police arrested dozens of men. With the renewed efforts to raise awareness about the issue, and the government's move toward putting a new law in place, there is hope that women will be able to feel safer on the streets.
But the only real protection women can have is when the attitudes of men change
from the'stupidest the biggest racist''the roumanian pimp''the tissekone of Uganda Fred'and on and on
.......that is rich--You should be the happiest blitch on the planet on a visit to Egypt to get 'groped' blitch
jpeg

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#8 Jan 24, 2012
Female journalists should never go to a country where women are treated like animals. It's not safe.

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#9 Jan 25, 2012
Aliroger is now talking about erections, female circumcision must float his boat, deluded savage.
Lisa

Lees Summit, MO

#10 Jan 25, 2012
Sexual harassment or rape should never be taken lightly in any country. Victims are often traumatized and feel powerless. It's a little sad that even in the western culture there is still this mentality of blaming the victim rather than the perpetrator especially and almost always when it involves a female.
Egyptian Perverts

New York, NY

#11 Jan 25, 2012
jpeg wrote:
Female journalists should never go to a country where women are treated like animals. It's not safe.
It's disgusting that she was forced to have sex and give head to all of those men! Female journalists are not safe in Arab countries.
IL Principe

Aarhus, Denmark

#12 Jan 25, 2012
Spathis wrote:
<quoted text>from the'stupidest the biggest racist''the roumanian pimp''the tissekone of Uganda Fred'and on and on
.......that is rich--You should be the happiest blitch on the planet on a visit to Egypt to get 'groped' blitch
Does that mean you will change the destination from the Rhine to Alexandria?

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#13 Jan 25, 2012
I belive she was groped and fondled a little, no actual penetration. It bad enough what happened, lets not make a mockery of the unjust!
Egyptian Perverts wrote:
<quoted text> It's disgusting that she was forced to have sex and give head to all of those men! Female journalists are not safe in Arab countries.

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#14 Jan 25, 2012
J_a_n wrote:
I belive she was groped and fondled a little, no actual penetration. It bad enough what happened, lets not make a mockery of the unjust!
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Jan, recently being in egypt I have to say it was out of control. No police any where...we experienced a lot more sexual advances and had firing done in our resort than ever before in the number times we were all there in the past. There is no real safety at all for any woman. The men are out of control! heroin is also a big thing out there. Many problems in egypt and no control. We were extremely disappointed in this last trip. I would not recommend egypt as a place to holiday.
Egyptian Perverts

New York, NY

#15 Jan 26, 2012
J_a_n wrote:
I belive she was groped and fondled a little, no actual penetration. It bad enough what happened, lets not make a mockery of the unjust!
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You are incorrect. Someone there said that her clothes were torn off, and then she was raped and penetrated orally and anally by a group of Egyptian men! It was just totally disgusting. No wonder the poor thing has post traumatic stress disorder!
Egyptian Perverts

New York, NY

#16 Jan 26, 2012
My Experience_ wrote:
<quoted text>Jan, recently being in egypt I have to say it was out of control. No police any where...we experienced a lot more sexual advances and had firing done in our resort than ever before in the number times we were all there in the past. There is no real safety at all for any woman. The men are out of control! heroin is also a big thing out there. Many problems in egypt and no control. We were extremely disappointed in this last trip. I would not recommend egypt as a place to holiday.
I absolutely agree. Egyptian men are extremely horny and oversexed!

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#17 Jan 26, 2012
No that's a rumor that she was penetrated, did not happen. She did have shirt shirt torn, but not torn off.

A European reporter Témoris Grecko witnessed the incident as well as a reporter he was with two people that witnessed as well there names are Amr Fekry, a 26 year old Egyptian call center agent, and Andi Walden, a San Francisco political science student.

Fekry went in to help her, Grecko was blocked by some Egyptian men. Also Omar El Shennawy, a 21 year old teacher of English, and Abdulrahman Elsayed, a 25 year old teacher of physical education were part of a human chain with other people to protect Logan.

Benjamin Starr, from Boston who arrived as a tourist on January 24th, and stayed to witness the uprising. He also saw the mob pass by with Lara Logan.“I want to give her the benefit of the doubt, maybe something happened in another part of the square, but from what I saw, she was being taken by men to the soldiers.

American Benjamin Starr, from Boston who arrived as a tourist on January 24th, and stayed to witness the uprising. He saw the mob with Lara Logan. He said: "From what I saw, she was being taken by men to the soldiers, and her clothes were not torn off".

Here is a statement form Amy Fekry on her Facebook page:

“It’s a little bit ridiculous what we hear that she was raped in Tahrir!! We were there! You remember she was about two meters away from us when we were buying tea! Maybe someone harassed her, but she ran and people protected her from being hit! I tried to go and help her but many people pushed me hard to go away as they thought I was trying to hit her. The only thing that some people only thought she was an Israeli spy!”

Abdulrahman Elsayed, and he related a similar account and was 1 meter away.

These people were at the scene, they probably know a bit more than you and myself.
Egyptian Perverts wrote:
<quoted text> You are incorrect. Someone there said that her clothes were torn off, and then she was raped and penetrated orally and anally by a group of Egyptian men! It was just totally disgusting. No wonder the poor thing has post traumatic stress disorder!

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#18 Jan 26, 2012
It will only get worse with the Islamist running the place now.
My Experience_ wrote:
<quoted text>Jan, recently being in egypt I have to say it was out of control. No police any where...we experienced a lot more sexual advances and had firing done in our resort than ever before in the number times we were all there in the past. There is no real safety at all for any woman. The men are out of control! heroin is also a big thing out there. Many problems in egypt and no control. We were extremely disappointed in this last trip. I would not recommend egypt as a place to holiday.

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#19 Jan 26, 2012
J_a_n wrote:
It will only get worse with the Islamist running the place now.
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it could be worse, being raped by a catholic priest isnt a walk in the park.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#20 Jan 26, 2012
Rape is one of the pillars of islam.

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#21 Jan 26, 2012
Rape is just terrible anywhere, did not happen to Laura Logan, she was assaulted!
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it could be worse, being raped by a catholic priest isnt a walk in the park.

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