“Member of the Human Rights Council”: The Mansoura teacher did what all Egyptians do..and she wants to learn to dance
A member of the National Council for Human Rights in Egypt, Nihad Abu al-Qumsan, expressed her sympathy and standing with Mansoura’s teacher, Aya Youssef, who was divorced by her husband, and the educational administration separated her from work before she returned again, because of a video of her dancing on an indigo boat. The news that spread on social media, and I responded to them, and said, “This is an ideal teacher against your will. We know about the ideal teacher when we were young. She is very close to the students.”
The member of the National Council for Human Rights indicated that she rejects the idea of hanging the gallows of Aya Youssef, “If I were to go on a Nile cruise with my fellow lawyers, I really do not dance, because I do not have the talent to dance, but I intend to learn, but someone is filming her stealthily, this is the ultimate violation of her life, The world was found to be darkened, and the educational administration separated it, even though the Civil Service Law, if it was a female employee, or the Labor Law if it was a volunteer, does not provide for dismissal.”
Nihad Abu al-Qumsan continued: “A verse chapter?
We are joking, it is we are in the slavery class, there was oppression against Professor Aya Youssef without meaning, her livelihood was cut off, her family was upset about her, and her husband divorced her, this is a social execution just because she came out and did what all Egyptians and Egyptian women are doing, I am groggy, rule I think, and I tell myself if Aya committed suicide, I will not forgive myself, I said I should offer her a job as an Arabic language corrector in my office.”
Follow our latest local and sports news and the latest political and economic developments via Google news
Nihad Abu Al-Qumsan,