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Release Abdelkareem Soliman

Release Abdelkareem Soliman

13 Nov, '065 Comments

Abdelkareem Nabil Soliman is a 22-year-old Egyptian blogger who has been arrested by authorities in Alexandria, Egypt. Abdelkareem first received international attention in early 2006 when he was kicked out of Al Azhar University for posts he wrote on his blog. During that first incident, he was detained by police but eventually released. Despite his […]

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Step 2: Take Mahmood Al-Yousif to court

Step 2: Take Mahmood Al-Yousif to court

1 Nov, '066 Comments

And now you know what value it is to be an anonymous coward in this country, you will always be safe. But call a spade a spade, let people know your name, your address, your contact details, and criticize in the open and what do you get? You get dragged to court. This is the […]

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New tools, please use!

31 Oct, '061 Comment

The I Want My MTV crew started a new petition which I would like you to consider to sign please. Click here to view the new petition. Do you Digg? If you do, please digg this story, this will emphasize and explode our campaign. It seems that all the papers are carrying this story this […]

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“Unblock Mahmood’s Den” Petition released

“Unblock Mahmood’s Den” Petition released

30 Oct, '0636 Comments

The good guys at IWantMyMTV and HAMSA have released a petition to unblock my blog. Please consider adding your signature in support of free speech in Bahrain. Thank you.

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Authorities block access to influential blog covering Bandargate scandal

Authorities block access to influential blog covering Bandargate scandal

30 Oct, '0611 Comments

Access to one of Bahrain’s most influential blogs, http://mahmood.tv, which openly criticises government and parliament members and has of late being covering the “Bandargate” scandal currently shaking the country, was blocked yesterday. The blog’s author, Mahmood Al-Yousif, has nonetheless managed to move it to a new address, http://alyousif.tv/, which has not yet been blocked. The […]

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