A Christian woman reported that she had her hair cut off by two veiled women inside the Egypt’s capital city Cairo’s metro and thrown out of the car while being called an “infidel.”
Copts United, which reported the incident on its website, said the unnamed woman also suffered a broken arm from being thrown from the car.
The Coptic Christian advocacy group said this was the third such incident on the metro in the past 10 days and nearly at the same location.
Naguib Gebrael, the head of the Egyptian Federation for Human Rights, reportedly called the ministry of interior to “find a way to arrest those veiled women who belong to the Organization of the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice,” an underground movement that is not officially sanctioned or supported by the government.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
- Tuesday, November 13, 2012
- Elder of Ziyon
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