No, it has nothing to do with violating morals...
It's about a sexual liberation,,,, but, Islamists dont like that!....
Anther updates from the religion of peace! what do you think?!
This time it's about a teenager atheist girl who needs to know the consequences of what she's donig! I cant believe what she have done!
The Islamists have taken legal action against Aliaa Magda Elmahdy and her blogger boyfriend for ‘violating morals, inciting indecency and insulting Islam’.
The report, which was submitted to the general prosecutor, said the activist published a nude picture of herself “trying to spread her obscene ideology through the nude pictures.”!!
I don't think that what she has done was a good way to express herself! when she know that muslims will punish her considering her obscene in their view!
What do you think?
here is a reply to her on Twiteer.
thank you for your nude photo. it will help the islamist win the election.
here is a question and answer I translated from Arabic..
Do you agree with Aliaa Magda Elmahdy did?
dont take about her just ignore her.. she's only a tool used by masonic people to spread obscenity in the arab world.
I understand posing nude as an act of protest. I think she was very brave to do that, but crazy at the same time. I know I would have never had the courage to put a nude picture of myself on the internet (when I was young, of course, now it would be unthinkable.
As a political strategy, it was probably misguided because everyone, liberals and conservatives, condemned her so she will be simply punished and no political message will be spread in the end. There is a time and a place to commit acts of provocation and I'd say her timing was off.
On the other hand, I wish the naked human body would stop being considered obscene by society, including religions, because only sadness and repression, and twisted ideas, come out of it. The naked human body, and especially the naked female, are not "obscene", they are simply our physical bodies and we should not be ashamed of them.
"what Adriana said"
I agree too :)
I'm not sure she really thought about what the risks were involved when she did that...
I'm a prude so I would never or even earlier in my life have posted a photography of myself nude... especially on the net as it exists now...
I don't totally disagree with her wanting to make a statement, but probably it was misguided.
I just hope the consequences won't be too harsh.
Sure, she put herself in a risk!
people in Egypt are not familiar with that that kind of "nude revolutionary"
they were like, omg! she's totally naked!
she's now leading for a sexual revolution just like the Western world in the 60s.
She explained why she did this on CNN Link
CNN: What do you think about the forced virginity tests performed by the Egyptian military on more than a dozen girls arrested in Tahrir Square?
Elmahdy: I consider this rape. Those men in the military who conducted these tests should be punished for allowing this to happen without the consent of the girls in the first place. Instead, the girls walk around feeling the shame and most of them are forced to remain silent.
about harassment she said,
Many women wear the veil just to escape the harassment and be able to walk the streets
I 100% agree with this.
Elmahdy is ABSOLUTELY right!
She's nude again!!
International women's movement FEMEN and antiislamist Egyptian activist Alia al-Mahdi have called to say NO to Sharia constitution in Egypt! Stockholm, Sweden
She is certainly courageous and persistent! I fear for her safety, though.
And it's damn cold where they are protesting! The Ukranian Femen women are used to that, I guess.