Clash Between Oppression And Freedom In A New York City Subway Walkway

Clash Between Oppression And Freedom In A New York City Subway Walkway


What Egyptian-American activist Mona Eltahawy calls non-violent protest, IMHO, I call a criminal act of vandalism. While she does have the right to protest, Ms. Eltahawy HAS NO RIGHT to do acts of violence in the name of being non-violent. It is obvious she cannot tell the very difference between what is legal, peaceful, non-violent protest and actions that are simply nothing but criminal.

“A camerawoman¬†stands between a provocative “Pro-Israeli” ad and Egyptian-American activist Mona Eltahawy who defaces it in the name of protesting racism.”

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