September 7, 2012

Real War on Women Is in Egypt

Jonathan Tobin, Contentions

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Those watching the Democratic National Convention this week were subjected to a feedback loop of angry denunciations of Republicans for what we were told was their “war on women.” But if you want to see what real war on women looks like as opposed to a political disagreement about abortion or whether Catholic institutions should be forced to pay for services, like contraception, that offend their faith, you need to look elsewhere.

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TAGGED: Women, Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt

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