Muslims are taught not to respect women; they are no more than possessions to be toyed with at their pleasure. It's their culture.
Some time ago I shared about my experience living in the Middle East as a pre-teen, but I'll share it again. Out of three females in my immediate family, two of us were approached inappropriately by Middle Eastern men. I was walking with a friend down some steps in Beirut, Lebanon, and some man came out of nowhere and grabbed me between the legs, but quickly ran off when my friend came charging at him with her purse. I froze out of fear; I was only 12 or 13 years old.
My mom was forced to feel a man's erection against her back side as she was standing in a crowded Beirut airport.
Hey, what can I say; it's the way of their culture. That's a 67% sexually harassment percentage just for my family; not very good odds, if you ask me.
Here's the latest out of Cairo from journalist Natasha Smith, via Atlas Shrugs: