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The Plight of Dissidents in Egypt
The Plight of Dissidents in Egypt
Jeffrey Fleischman at Babylon & Beyond writes on the status of three political dissidents in Egypt: Ibrahim Issa was pardoned by Mubarak to affirm the president’s “concern for freedom of opinion”; Ayman Nour, is still in jail, however, since 2005; and, Saad Eddin Ibrahim remains in exile, avoiding a 2-year sentence handed down in absentia for “tarnishing Egypt’s reputation.”
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Jeffrey Fleischman at Babylon & Beyond writes on the status of three political dissidents in Egypt: Ibrahim Issa was pardoned by Mubarak to affirm the president’s “concern for freedom of opinion”; Ayman Nour, is still in jail, however, since 2005; and, Saad Eddin Ibrahim remains in exile, avoiding a 2-year sentence handed down in absentia for “tarnishing Egypt’s reputation.”

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