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 for women's rights

Azza Soliman has faced 30 years of persecution at the hands of the Egyptian government. Her crime? Simply fighting for the basic human rights of Egyptian women.

The right not to be harassed at work, not to be beaten, not to be raped.

She’s been subjected to years of threats, harassment, smear campaigns and abuse. And now she faces years in prison – victim to Egypt’s servere crackdown on human rights activists. All because she refuses to be silenced.

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