The Obama administration is postponing an award for an Egyptian
activist who was subjected to a "virginity test" after protesting in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
The State Department had said Samira Ibrahim
would be among recipients of an International Women of Courage award presented by Secretary of State John Kerry
and first lady Michelle Obama on Friday. Now the State Department says
she won't be honored Friday because of anti-American and anti-Semitic
comments on her Twitter account.