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My BF learnt about this incident on the news a few days ago and told me about it. I just came across this video myself, and I am horrified.
While reporting at Tahrir Square, Lara Logan was forcefully separated from her producer, cameramen and bodyguards and assaulted by a mob of Egyptian men. They tore off all her clothes, groped and raped her with their fingers. She was eventually rescued by Egyptian women who protected her until Egyptian soldiers arrived some 25 minutes later.
Of course, no one deserves to be sexually assaulted. I'm not saying she was 'asking for it'.
But what was she, her producers and CBS news thinking?!
She wore a blouse with a low neckline in a country where all the women are covered in black up to their eyeballs. She is a 39 year old mother of two babies aged one and two. Was having not one, but two home-wrecking affairs not enough publicity for her back home?
Why would CBS send a blonde woman out into Tahrir Square amongst people who have been known to be violent against Americans and against women!? Were they doing this for the ratings?
And as for Egypt... I know rape happens in every country of the world. And this mob of 200 or 300 bad(or foolish) men should not be generalised as the kind of people Egypt has on the whole. But somehow, now, I struggle to convince myself that these places should be supported in times of adversity. Maybe the world should just leave them to help themselves... or just watch them all burn themselves into the ground.