“Please God, make it stop,” cries British female journalist, stripped naked and brutally sexually assaulted by Muslim savages in Tahrir Square

A British journalist was brutally sexually assaulted in Cairo’s Tahrir Square as thousands of Egyptians gathered to celebrate the nation’s presidential election results. Natasha Smith, 21, has detailed how she was violently attacked by a ‘group of animals’ who stripped her naked, scratched and clenched her breasts and ‘forced their fingers inside her.’

Australia’s most senior Muslim cleric — Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali, compared women who do not wear the Islamic headdress with “meat that is left uncovered in the street and is then eaten by cats.”

That’s the problem with lefties, they see several examples of Western female journalists being sexually attacked by gangs in Tahrir Square, yet refuse to believe it is because Muslim men look at non-muslim women as ‘uncovered meat,’ that deserve what they get. Natasha Smith is deserving of neither our pity nor our compassion.

  Daily Mail (H/T Martin) Writing on her blog, she said: ‘All I could see was leering faces, more and more faces sneering and jeering as I was tossed around like fresh meat among starving lions.’ She only escaped by donning men’s clothes and a burka and being whisked away to safety by two other men.

The incident occured on Sunday when Egyptians flooded the area celebrating the announcement Mohammed Morsi would be the nation’s first democratically elected leader.

Smith, who will graduate with an MA in International Journalism from University College Falmouth in August, was in Tahrir to film the crowd for a documentary on women’s rights. But the initial ‘atmosphere of jubilation, excitement, and happiness’, quickly turned against her.

She said: ‘Just as I realised I had reached the end of the bridge, I noticed the crowd became thicker, and decided immediately to turn around to avoid Tahrir Square.

‘My friends and I tried to leave. I tried to put my camera back in my rucksack. But in a split second, everything changed.  She wrote: ‘I began to think, ‘maybe this is just it. Maybe this is how I go, how I die. I’ve had a good life. Whether I live or die, this will all be over soon.’ A friend eventually reached her and managed to guide her to a medical tent. Local women helped protect her as she put on the burka and clothes.

French television journalist Caroline Sinz was molested in a way that ‘would be considered rape’ near Tahrir Square.

She said: ‘The men savages outside remained thirsty for blood; their prey had been cruelly snatched from their grasp. ‘They peered in, so I had to duck down and hide. They attempted to attack the tent, and those inside began making a barricade out of chairs. They wanted my blood.’

She then escaped by posing as a stranger’s wife and walking out hand-in-hand with the man. She added: ‘The women told me the attack was motivated by rumours spread by trouble-making thugs that I was a foreign spy. ‘But if that was the cause, it was only really used as a pretext, an excuse, to molest and violate a blonde young Western girl.’

Smith is not the first western woman to be assaulted while working in Egypt. CBS News’ Lara Logan was attacked during the 2011 revolution. She said ‘men in the crowd had raped me with their hands’.

Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy was also assaulted by Egyptian security forces in November.

This is an attack on another female reporter in Tahrir Square.

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