Egypt’s Supreme Council for Media Regulation has decided to impose a three-month television ban on Nabih al-Wahsh, a lawyer who earlier said that “raping women who wear jeans is a national duty”.
Egypt imposes TV ban on lawyer who said raping women was a ‘national duty’
Wahsh’s statements sparked outrage across the country as activists have stepped up to condemn him while others prepared to file a complaint against him. (Photo via: Al-A’assema)
Ashraf Abdelhamid, Al Arabiya
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