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by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2008-5-12
According to the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, the website of the leading Egyptian Movement for Change - Kefaya, has been blocked in Egypt since May 4 by the government-owned Internet service provider TE Data, Egypt’s largest ISP..

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2008-5-2

After little less than a month following the April 6 strike in support of the textile workers in Mahalla City, during which a number of prominent Egyptian bloggers and internet activists were arrested, preparations for the next round of a planned general strike to mark the 80th birthday of President Hosni Mubarak, on May 4, 2008, are currently spreading all over the blogosphere and the Internet. And like the preparation for the April 6 strike, the internet has a vital role to play in mobilizing for the upcoming protest...

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2007-9-5
(1) France-based video sharing site Dailymotion has been blocked, again, in Tunisia. (2) Egyptian blogger Abdel Monem Mahmoud, who has been released in June 2007 is facing detention threats. (3) In China people who are using China Telecom are unable to access FeedBurner feeds. (4) And Thailand lifted its ban on YouTube but Veoh and MetaCafe still blocked...

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2007-5-4
Below is a blogpost published By Jillian York, on Friday, May 4, 2007, on the website of INTHEFRAY (a nonprofit organization that seeks to transcend geographic, political, and social boundaries, to defend endangered liberties and rights, and to demand justice, transparency, and opportunity...

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2007-5-4
The Brotherhood and independent MPs agreed on Monday on sending a memo to president Mubarak, demanding him to intervene in order to stop the executive authority’s aggression against the legislative authority..

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2007-5-1
Hey You, Can You Help Me? ..

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2007-5-1
Freedom is now an obligation and should be implemented before Sharia’a..

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2007-5-4
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...

by: Sami Ben Gharbia 2007-5-4
As I promised in my last article “Online Freedom for All: Some cases worth supporting”, I’m publishing here the translation of the interview..