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Topic - Ahmed Mohammed Abdullah
One hardline Muslim cleric on an Egyptian TV station justified sexual assaults on women protesters. Others issued religious edicts saying opposition leaders must be killed.
"Does that apply to these naked women?" he said. "Nine out of 10 of them are Crusaders (Christians) and the rest are ... widows with no one to rein them in"
"They are going there to get raped," cleric Ahmed Mohammed Abdullah said, depicting them as loose women.