Sunday, December 18, 2011

Targets: Egyptian Army Forces Brutally Beat Female Protesters

A female protester is savagely beaten and kicked in the head by Army soldiers in Cairo, Egypt

Egyptian Army forces battling the continuing discontent throughout the nation have sunk to depraved new lows by targeting  female protesters and brutally beating them.

Shocking photographs have come out of the most recent unrest in Cairo, where a revolution began in earnest in January of this year and successfully managed to oust longtime Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak. The unrest has continued unabated, however, with large crowds of protesters gathering in Cairo's enormous Tahrir Square, in the center of the city. One woman is shown being relentlessly beaten by a group of ten Egyptian Army soldiers, knocking her to the ground before one man kicks her directly in the head with his heavy boot. The crazed soldiers also rip the woman's blouse off, exposing her bra, in an obvious attempt to publicly shame her in the strict, Muslim nation.

This is just one of the hundreds of shameful and disgusting injustices seen in Cairo's Tahrir Square after the military took a dramatically brutal hand on Saturday to crush all protests against its tyrannical rule.  Women have traditionally been the minority during the protests, as the chaos of revolution grips the entire nation. Now, more women are stepping out and bravely taking part in a struggle for freedom and truth that is currently playing out across practically every continent on the planet. Footage of gangs of army soldiers singling out women protesters in Egypt as well as Bahrain has erupted across the Internet, causing outrage throughout the world and condemnation from many governments.

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