A Crippling Silence
By Niz Ben-Essa.
Women in Libya are harassed on an almost daily basis, but few people are yet ready to talk about it. (Photo: Free Generation Movement)
Tripoli, 22 August.
Over the last few weeks, issues and discussions regarding women in Libya have come to the surface. . . .
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