نهاد أبو القمصان: يجب مواجهة الأفكار السلفية في قضية الختان والأزهر عليه دور كبير

مداخلة نهاد أبو القمصان في برنامج هنا العاصمة مع لميس الحديدي على إثر مصرع فتاة قاصر  بسبب إجراء عملية ختان لها بأحد المستشفيات الخاصة بمحافظة السويس والذي نتج عنه إصابتها بهبوط حاد في الدورة الدموية.

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