Cairo misdemeanor court acquitted, Monday T.V. anchor Tamer Amin from “insulting Upper Egyptians”.
T.V. anchor Tamer Amin has been referred to a misdemeanor court for a session on March 20 for “insulting Upper Egyptians” in a comment deemed discriminatory.
Amin claimed that a very large number of Upper Egypt’s families force their boys to work while they are 7 years old or less in workshops to rely upon them
Amin was accused of misogyny and sexism after insulting the husband of ex-Olympic swimmer, physician, and member of parliament Rania Elwani on the air for co-parenting.
Retired Egyptian general Mahmoud Mansour said Wednesday: "the relation between Qatar and Israel has to be exposed."