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Wednesday, 10 March 2021

Last Night’s Talk Shows on 10 March 2021

The airwaves were abuzz last night with coverage of a man allegedly attempting to [redacted] assault a young girl in a stairwell in the upscale district of Maadi The Prosecutor General’s Office ordered the arrest of the man and has started an investigation into the incident, which was reportedly caught on CCTV footage.

The hero of the day: Ingy Osama, who caught and confronted the perpetrator before he was able to assault the girl and posted about the incident on social media, where it went viral. Osama recounted the incident to Kelma Akhira’s Lamees El Hadidi (watch, runtime: 14:45) and Al Kahera Wal Nas’ Khairy Ramadan (watch, runtime: 16:00), and earned well-deserved praise from Ala Mas’ouleety’s Ahmed Moussa (watch, runtime: 5:47).

The perpetrator could be sentenced to 7-15 years in prison for assaulting a minor, criminal law professor Mostafa El Saadawy told Moussa (watch, runtime: 4:56). The director of the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood’s child helpline, Sabry Osman, called for harsher penalties to be introduced for these crimes, claiming they have become increasingly common (watch, runtime: 2:28).

Also on the airwaves last night: GERD negotiations with Ethiopia will not go on forever with no progress, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi said at a speech yesterday. (Sherif Amer on Yahduth fi Misr | watch, runtime: 2:06)

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