Logan Attack Doesn’t Brand the Entire Middle East

A ghastly sex assault in Cairo should not boil down to the idea that the “Middle East remains dangerous for women,” writes WeNews editor Corinna Barnard. Women everywhere face sex-assault danger and reporters run constant risk.

Cairo Leaders: Suzanne Mubarak Held Women Back

Two Egyptian women’s rights leaders say Suzanne Mubarak controlled their arena and stymied progress. Now they look ahead, with an eye on history. The Algerian and Iranian revolutions were different, but still cautionary for women.

Egyptian Women Lay Claim to Revolutionary Role

Women who have been joining the Egyptian protests to oust Mubarak minimize the risk that the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood could dominate a future government. If the revolution succeeds, they look forward to playing a part in the transition.