Anorak | Ibrahim Eissa On Egypt’s Sick Dictatorship

Ibrahim Eissa On Egypt’s Sick Dictatorship

by | 28th, September 2008

IN Egypt, there is no freedom of speech:

Ibrahim Eissa, editor of the independent daily al-Dustor, was originally convicted in March and sentenced to six months on charges of reporting and publishing false information that questioned the health of 80-year-old President Hosni Mubarak. The judges at the time ruled that a series of articles he published threatened national stability and caused foreign investors to pull their money out of the country.


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