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Sharqawi blogs from prison
Detained Youth for Change activist, Mohamed el-Sharqawi is blogging from prison, in a series postings titled, Ayyam al-3ozla (Days of Isolation)
Saturday, July 8,2006 00:00
by Hossam el-Hamalawy, Arabist

Detained Youth for Change activist, Mohamed el-Sharqawi is blogging from prison, in a series postings titled, Ayyam al-3ozla (Days of Isolation).
Sharqawi’s detention was renewed last Wednesday by the State Security Prosecutor for another 15 days. He remains in Tora prison with his colleague Karim el-Sha3er, and hundreds of Muslim Brothers detainees.

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