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In General, it seems that Mubarak deals with bloggers like he deals with most dissenting voices - gaols them for a long time. This kind of response by the Egyptian government isn’t only reserved for members of banned groups (like Ikhwan bloggers), but basically extends to anyone who is critical of Mubarak’s regime. The most famous recent case is that of blogger Abdel Kareem Nabil, who was gaoled for four years in February for ’Insulting Islam and Mubarak’
Thursday, May 17,2007 00:00
by Media Honours Blog
tags: Egyptian government / Mubarak / Ikhwan / bloggers / Islamist movement
Posted in Other Blogs , Youth , MB Blogs , MB Understanding , MB in International press  
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