In a naked display of solidarity, 40 Israeli women recently took off their clothes to support an embattled young Egyptian woman who is under fire for posting a nude photograph of herself online. The Egyptian woman, Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, 20, posted the picture and allowed it to be put on Twitter in order to protest sexism and the oppression of women in Egypt. She told CNN that she did it because:. In Egypt, conservatives and Islamists demonized her, and the left disowned her, stating emphatically that she has no connection to the liberation movement responsible for the overthrowing of Mubarak. Lawsuits have been filed against her and there has been political pressure for the government to prosecute her criminally as well. These events highlight the question as to whether displaying the female body provocatively an effective retort to religious fundamentalists who would shroud all women in public. Doing so is certainly a natural reaction — fight against those who would hide women and their sexuality by putting it on display.
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Her blog has received 1. The posting comes at a time when Egypt, a nation of some 85 million people, is polarised between Islamists and liberals ahead of parliamentary elections on 28 November, the first since the fall in February of president Hosni Mubarak. Talking on Egypt talkshow 90 Minutes, one self-styled secular figure, Sayyed el-Qimni said of the posts: Some people liked his comment, while thousands flooded the site with insults. Her move comes as Salafis have been pushing their attitude that women should be kept out of the public eye, promoting Saudi Arabia-style segregation of the sexes.