Egyptian Muslims Try To Rape French Female Journalist In Tahrir Square

So, the rocket scientists at French news media outlet, France 24, decided that they needed a report from Cairo, Egypt so they sent a female reporter, a WESTERN female reporter, mind you, into the same location that saw the rape of CBS reporter Lara Logan. Brilliant, huh? And yes, the French female reporter WAS attacked and if not for the valiant effort of another correspondent, she would have been the latest victim of the mongrels of Tahrir Square.

But hey, this is what democracy looks like, right?

Lara Logan should be suing the ass off of CBS News and this French reporter should be suing France 24 for all they are worth. As for the crowds in Cairo…welcome to the Stone Age, folks. Anything goes under the Muslim Brotherhood.

The story comes from the New York Daily News via The Religion of Peace.

A French television journalist said Saturday that she was attacked in the same Cairo square where CBS correspondent Lara Logan was sexually assaulted last year.

Logan said her “heart goes out” to Sonia Dridi — who told the Daily News she had just covered a protest in Egypt’s Tahrir Square when she was surrounded by some men.

She said they put their hands all over her, tried to remove her clothes and attempted to drag her away from a male colleague who was trying to protect her.

“We see it all the time,” said Dridi. “Men touch women and grab them.”

She said Ashraf Khalil, a correspondent for Time and France 24, kept her from being carried off.

“There were at least 50 guys around us attacking us, but Ashraf held onto me and told me, ‘Don’t worry. Just breathe. Breathe. It’s going to be okay,’ ” she said.

Khalil told The Associated Press the crowd surged in toward them and “went crazy.”

“It was basically me keeping her in a bear hug, both arms around her and face-to-face,” he said. “It was hard to tell who was helping and who was groping her.”

Dridi said that at one point, some of the men were telling her to get in a van and she didn’t know if it was a trap or an escape route, but Khalil told her not to get in.

“There were a lot of men in there and I’m sure now that they were of the attackers,” she said.

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Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

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