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Raping women who wear ripped jeans is ‘national duty’, says Egyptian laywer

Raping women who wear ripped jeans is ‘national duty’, says Egyptian laywer

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Egyptian lawyer Nabih al-Wahsh sparked outrage in Egypt after he said that women who wear ripped jeans deserve to be sexually harassed and raped, reports The Independent.

In a heated argument during a TV show, Wahsh made the remarks regarding how it was ‘national duty’ of men to harass women who wore ripped jeans.The program’s topic was the controversy surrounding the draft law on fighting prostitution and inciting debauchery.

“Are you happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing?” the lawyer said on Al-Assema earlier this month.He further added, “I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her.”

Egyptian lawyer Nabih al-Wahsh sparked outrage in Egypt after he said that women who wear ripped jeans deserve to be sexually harassed and raped, reports The Independent.

In a heated argument during a TV show, Wahsh made the remarks regarding how it was ‘national duty’ of men to harass women who wore ripped jeans.The program’s topic was the controversy surrounding the draft law on fighting prostitution and inciting debauchery.“Are you happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing?” the lawyer said on Al-Assema earlier this month.

He further added, “I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her.”

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