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201 million couples do not have access to contraception and if they could practice family planning, 22 million abortions, 142,000 pregnancy-related deaths, and 1.4 million infant deaths each year could be prevented.Since 1994 more women have access to education and other rights, and more early-marriage traditions are being opposed.More than 100 thugs also beat her with sticks and slashed at her with knives – disgusting, degrading ‘punishment’ because she dared to join the protests against former President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party.It is the shameful, untold story of an Arab Spring revolution that went off-track.And perhaps the most disturbing element is that these attacks are said to have been sanctioned by Morsi and the Brotherhood.The assailants operated in a climate of impunity – encouraged by religious zealots within the government who had called female protesters whores and who had blamed rape victims for not staying home.
It is not expensive to help all women to be in fully control of the timing and frequency of their childbearing.People such as Coptic Christian Jusef, 70, a retired English teacher, who faced persecution under Morsi: ‘I’m glad to see the back of him. We are far from a world in which all births result from intended pregnancies.‘In February 2012, members of the Shura Council, Egypt’s legislative body, blamed women for the increase in sexual assaults “because they put themselves in such circumstances’’,’ says Mrs El-Tallawy.‘In doing so, they sent the signal that it is OK for a man to touch any woman in the street.‘Morsi’s government moved to deny women the right to right to seek a divorce under Islam, supported female circumcision, sacked women in top government jobs and tried to lower the age of consent for girls to marry from 18 to nine.'They want to treat us like slaves whose role is to bear babies and serve the sexual needs of men.