A young Egyptian girl, Aliaa ElMahdy, who claims to have among the protesters in Tahrir Square, posted naked photos of herself and a male friend on her personal blog. The backlash as intended was nothing short of a disaster. As a Muslim who was brought up in a relatively conservative family I understand the concerns of many fellow Egyptians. It raises some important questions. At the heart of this debate is the difference between natural rights and legal rights. The question itself contains a fallacy. People are BORN free.
Is this what happens when you give people their freedom?
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Beautiful Egyptian women If your fantasy draws you an image of Cleopatra and Nefertiti, you should know: these images now are more history and have almost nothing common with appearance, style of life and character on women living today in this arabic country located on the north of Africa. Traditional women's clothes hide her face and her body, so that no one but her husband or parents can see her. The destiny of an Egyptian women, as befits a true Muslim, is her house, children, husband. Her you will not find women on the market, or among the service staff at the hotel. However, no one even thinks that Egyptian women are unhappy: traditions are deep in local mentality of these people.
What it means to defend a citizen’s rights but not their acts
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