They used weapons to attack us. We got her inside a café, she didn’t have trousers on, so we dressed her. The window was our only way out. I escorted her to the ambulance, which was also attacked by the mobs. She was badly bleeding in the ambulance, but she was conscious. When we got the hospital, the doctor said that she had to undergo a surgery to stop the vaginal bleeding.
A crowd of men attacked a woman in her early 20’s in Mohammed Mahmud Street near Tahrir Square. Karim Massoud, 24, a volunteer with the Egyptian group, told Human Rights Watch that “hundreds of men” attacked the woman, forced her into a nearby side street, and attacked volunteers who sought to intervene. (via humanrightswatch)
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