ANOTHER Female Journalist Suffers Brutal Attack in Tahrir Square

In February I wrote about the horrible attack on Lara Logan in Egypt. I suggested that political correctness made the state-run media, including the female reporters covering the revolution, blind to the dangers in Cairo and Tahrir Square. I was immediately attacked and smeared for this by far left cranks at CNN, Media Matters, The Guardian, among others. They reported that I said Lara Logan “deserved it”. Even RedState joined in on the attacks.

Well once again time proved me right. Since that incident several female journalists have been attacked in Tahrir Square. And since the crazed thugs molested Lara Logan the media finally started to report on the barbaric treatment of women in the Middle East and Egypt.


Protesters on Tahrir Square. (Ria Novosti)

Today another female journalist was brutally attacked in Tahrir Square.
Ria Novosti reported:

A female Egyptian journalist was attacked while covering a demonstration on Cairo’s central Tahrir Square demanding an immediate trial for ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, local media reported.

The journalist was interviewing participants in Friday’s rally when a quarrel broke out between them, media reports said, quoting the head of the Cairo security department.

The attackers had torn the journalist’s clothes to pieces before she managed to call police, the reports said. A police officer who arrived at the site pulled the journalist, who was about to lose her consciousness, out of the crowd and called her a taxi, but he was then attacked himself by the demonstrators, who stole his pistol and radio set.

A local imam reportedly took the police officer to hospital, where doctors described his condition as grave.

Last week Obama compared the Solidarity Movement in Poland to the brutal and deadly Arab Spring.

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