Tahrir's bodyguardsEgyptians use social media to organize ground campaign against sexual assault.
Photo by Zeinab Mohamed on Flickr (Creative Commons)
With the resurgence of Egypt's protests on November 22, some women have expressed aversion to participating, fearing mob assault as has occurred in previous demonstrations. On Friday, The Stream spoke with one of the founders of @TahrirBodyguard, a Twitter account that aims to protect women from attacks in the country's famed Tahrir Square.
Below is an excerpt of the interview:
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