Women from the NGO KAFA lie on the ground as they protest against domestic violence in front of the Parliament in Beirut, July 10, 2012. (The Daily Star/KAFA, HO)
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Women's Rights Organization KAFA (Enough Violence and Exploitation) reported that Harisi was recovering.Harisi's sister told LBCI TV that it was not the first time that Tamara was physically abused.The new domestic violence incident provoked criticism and condemnation on social media. Lebanon has witnessed numerous domestic violence crimes in recent months, with several cases involving husbands accused of killing their wives.In April, Lebanon passed a law aimed at protecting women from domestic violence.
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