June 27, 2014

A Woman Worth as Much as All Libya's Men

Anonymous, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

When you hear of the death of someone you admire, someone inspiring, someone formidable, and someone so courageous, there is always a sense of sadness. When that person is someone you know and have learned from, then that sadness is devastating— the pain intensifies as you mourn for them and pray for their family. But in addition to sadness, the case of the murder of Salwa Bugaighis is also terrifying.

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TAGGED: Salwa Bugaighis, Libya, Islamists

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