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by: Jeffrey Fleishman, Los Angeles Times 2009-5-24
Human-rights groups say the public’s fear is a testament to mass arrests, torture, and other violations of civil liberties against political opponents in a nation that has been under a state of emergency for three decades. ..

by: Jeffrey Fleishman, Los Angeles Times 2008-10-28
One critic is pardoned, another is left in prison, a third is in exile writing missives and giving speeches that chafe Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The forgiven critic is Ibrahim Issa, an independent newspaper editor and relentless government detractor who was sentenced to two years in jail for printing stories in 2007 that suggested Mubarak was ill and near death. In announcing the pardoning of Issa earlier this month, the 80-year-old Egyptian president said he wanted to “affirm..