Foreign: Facebook Administrator Jailed In Egypt After Unfaithful Wife’s Comments Trended

An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced
a prominent Facebook user to three years in prison with hard labor, after he asserted on television that many married women in the conservative country were unfaithful.

Reuters reported Taymour el-Sobky was arrested last month and accused by prosecutors of slandering Egyptian women and damaging their honor.

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His comments on a popular evening talk showin December caused a furor.

He said:

“Thirty percent of Egyptian women are ready for immorality, they just can’t find someone to encourage them,”

Sobky, whose Facebook page called “Diaries of a Suffering Husband” has more than one million followers.

“These days, it is very normal for women to cheat on their husbands and seek it out … Many women are involved in extramarital affairs while their husbands are abroad,”

He said, as Reuters Reported.

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