Originally posted on Uppity Woman:

Last year, I did a pictorial post entitled Women of Egypt: Then and Now, a sequence of photos of  Cairo University graduating classes from 1959 through 2004. Click on the link as a stark  dress-code reminder of just how far women’s freedom and rights have fallen in Egypt through the years — and imagine what THIS year’s photo will look like.

Here is how Egyptian women celebrated International Women’s Day. And to think we spent billions to help out these “Freedom Fighters” to have their “Liberation” in the form of Creeping Sharia.

Here’s a little snapshot of how women are faring in Egypt today under The Brotherhood and the Salafists, which are fancy names for zealot males who abuse and dominate women. And we helped make it happen. Isn’t that great? (Photo: Mohamed Abd El Ghany / Reuters)

An Egyptian career woman? Soon It could be rare

By Charlene Gubash

CAIRO, Egypt…

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