Egyptian lawyer says it’s a national duty to rape girls who wear revealing clothing like ripped jeans

‘I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her,’ says Nabih al-Wahsh.

  • Solo712

    Her looks would not be a consideration ?

    • Yo Mama
      • Editor

        Wow, Bushra Noah, who sued punk salon owner Sarah Desrosiers for £15,000 for employment discrimination in 2008. That case pretty much strated my interest in muslim lawfare and taqiyya. She eventually got £4,000 out of Desrosiers.

  • Tooth&Claw

    How about your big open mouth is an invitation to other men to insert their willy therein?

  • marty_p

    I’ve been to Cairo – most of the women – tight jeans or not – are walking arguments for male self pleasure.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Harvey Weinstein should be sentenced to life in Cairo.

  • Jabberwokk

    Well it can’t get anymore blatant than that.


  • Hard Little Machine

    Hey hey not everyone can live in Stockholm.

  • Editor

    Is this guy the “moderate islam” I keep hearing about?

  • Nuke Egypt.

    • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

      Turkey first.

      • Whatever works.

        • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

          Erdogan is the bigger threat.

          He has openly threatened to unleash millions of Muslims and Afrcians on Europe.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Why are we wasting our time listening to all these assholes, rather than….

  • Did anyone else follow the link to a woman equating having sex to drinking a cup of tea? It was described as a “perfect metaphor” illustrating how “consent” works.

    “Would you like to have sex now?” “Yes, thank you, white with two sugars.” “Milk first or after?” “After please, and I prefer a bone china cup if you have one.” “I can’t stay long though, I must get home and watch that TV program on Vegan cooking.”

    The only “perfect” thing about it was the illustration of the Lefties’ congenital inability to grasp the elementary concepts of “nuance”, “body language”, “eye contact”, “subtlety”, “sexual attraction” and “flirting” . I don’t think in all of my life I have ever had a sexual encounter that involved such a cold, charmless, emotionless, unfeeling, bureaucratic and robotic discussion. Even Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World injected some feeling into the process.

  • Minicapt

    In Egypt, it’s good to be a lawyer.


  • Alain

    He would make an excellent chief of police in Toronto.