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Ikhwanweb Backs AlJazeera Journalist Howaida Taha
Ikhwanweb Backs AlJazeera Journalist Howaida Taha
Ikhwanweb expresses its full solidarity with journalist Howaida Taha who is currently facing a prison sentence because she exposed the scandalous tortures exercised against Egyptian citizens in police stations.
Friday, May 4,2007 00:46
by Sami Ben Gharbia Global Voices Online
tags: Howaida Taha / Egyptian citizens / police stations / Cairo International / Aljazeera / Mubarak
Posted in IkhwanWeb in Press , Editorial  
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