From the London protest against the sexual terrorism inflicted on the women of Egypt

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When I asked her if she had ever experienced “sexual terrorism”,  

I thought ” no way she has, she must have been abroad long enough”.

But she said “yes”.

We weren’t at the Tahrir Square, we were just at South Street, London, in front of the Egyptian Embassy. At the Global Protest Against Sexual Terrorism Practice.

Rana’s story is one of many, depicting the shaking Egypt, two years after the revolution.

Monizr Eliwa, April 6th Movement UK based coordinator, talks about dreams revolution brought, the role movement has in the UK today and his hopes for the future, commenting on current issues Egyptians are facing in their home country and abroad.

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