New York Times columnist, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, co-author Half the Sky, http://t.co/1RlrJ9Yu2R
1998 days ago
Here's Nawal el-Saddawi, famed women's leader. She's 80-but told me she will sleep in #Tahrir.
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I hate that woman. She's a psycho!! Let her sleep in the toilet for all I care.
to all the heroes standing next to Nwal the statue of Egyptian and all women of the world, don't despair, don't leave meidan altahrir, if you do, they will start collecting you from your houses one at a time, it wont take them a week to do so. I wish I wa
Freedom has many faces, people need to know that.
SHE DOES NOT LOOKS OLD TO BE 80 YRS... PEOPLE MUST TAKE INSPIRATION FROM HER...
Nawal you have our love and admiration #iranelection #Egypt
Dear Nawal el-Saddawi, thank you!
Power to our Elders. Here is a great example of being alive at 80-years!
be safe and take care of one another!
She have a great mind
If there are Bodhisattvas in the world, she's got to be one. You can see it on her face and the faces of those around her.
I saw her on TV. A spirited lady who knows the world. She reminded me of Nelson Mandela.
What a lady. What an inspiration.
What a great photo of an inspiring woman. Through her eyes we can see the courageous determination in her soul.
in the end, life hangs in a delicate balance, and as we see now, at the mercy of really powerful egos. may the egos of the community leaders and healers, such as this lovely woman, sustain and continue to provide courage and comfort to their people! ♥
que buena idea !
Thank you, NK, for this beautiful pic-- mad props to the brave and resolute people of Egypt.
her eyes are kind but determined. may she inspire others to not give up. Egypt's time has come.
Thanks for posting this inspiring and beautiful image.
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