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Artist defends women Egypt Bjaddaria "rebellious women"

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The artist Taha Al-Qarni, nicknamed "People's Artist", providing murals like messages apologizing for Egyptian women to both descended revolution and faced violent and harassment and behind a horse, and through two paintings, the first bore the name of "women rebel", and the second entitled "flowers."

Said Qarni for panel "Women mollified," he wanted from which to say that the revolution has two feet went and still go with them, the men and feet of women, nor useless to be reducing the status of women at all, it was next to a guy along.

He added that the painting took him a period of six months, a long time because the painting which was based on the presence of women on Friday called for the blood of the martyr and Friday retribution, and got two Aljmatan the highest rates of descent of women.

And symbolic Some women wear sunglasses in the painting he said was to symbolize that they do not want to see old faces, and at the same time indicate the civilian, where women flying these old tyrants images, such as former President Mubarak, and questions through sunglasses logic enforced.

And contain painting on women of all shapes, there are veiled and non-veiled, and explained Qarni that this indicates that the revolution when broke it did not distinguish between those who are hijab and without the veil, not be dealt logic religious at all, as he emphasized that Ms. crippling located at the front image indicate that women will not allow Baltkpal, ie they refuse, for example, the emergency law that has been restored to the people of the channel.

Panel "rebellious women" is a four clips, viewed 2 meters in 45 and a half meters high, using the colors of the painting, and was drawing on wood so as not to damage the wider time factor.

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