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Sex Harassment Is Off-Topic for Egyptian Ramadan

Monday, June 30, 2014

Egypt has a new law against sex harassment that was flagrantly flouted days later in Tahrir Square. Yet, the topic will likely be unmentionable. "Talking about it is seen as offensive," says a safety activist in Cairo.

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