An Egyptian female activist carries a placard that reads in Arabic "the woman's voice is a revolution," during an anti Islamist dominated constitutional assembly protest in Cairo, Egyp

 

              An Egyptian female activist carries a placard that reads in  Arabic "the woman
An Egyptian female activist carries a placard that reads in Arabic "the woman's voice is a revolution," during an anti Islamist dominated constitutional assembly protest in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012. Islamists are seeking to enshrine in Egypt's new constitution a number of articles that secularists and liberals fear would bring theocratic rule and severely set back civil liberties, including provisions empowering clerics to review laws and restricting women's rights. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)