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Please Help Keep Egypt Independent

Please Help Keep Egypt Independent | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Dear friends,

After working hard for four years on developingEgypt Independent as a leading local independent English-language publication, we were notified by Al-Masry Al-Youm's management last month that our newspaper, in both its online and print forms, can no longer continue to exist due to financial difficulties.

This decision comes at a time when private media is suffering greatly from the current economic crisis in the country, but also, and more importantly, from political limitations manifested in rising restrictions on freedom of expression.

Shutting down Egypt Independent would mean losing a credible and unique voice that conveys the country's complex realities to the world at a time when freedom of expression is stifled in many ways. The heavy-handed policing of news outlets has recently extended to reach local foreign-language newspapers, which have been mostly spared from crippling restrictions in the past. We, along other independent voices, resist the authorities’ quest to control the narrative on Egypt to those living abroad.

We want to continue reporting with honesty, integrity and a critical voice, especially at a time when the current administration and ruling party are hiding the truth about their commitment to the revolution and its democratic aspirations from the world.

We want to continue offering a nuanced coverage conceived by a young and passionate team of journalists who understand Egypt inside out.

n order to preserve this unique journalistic experience, Egypt Independent reaches out to friends, colleagues and people who believe in our publication and its commitment to serving the truth.

We have convinced our management to give us a chance to raise our revenues through a series of measures such as increasing our base of subscribers. Accordingly, we have activated a platform for international subscriptions, through which our friends and readers abroad can get a digital copy of our weekly edition everything Thursday. To subscribe, please click on the following link:

http://www.egyptindependent.com/products ;

 

Beyond dreading the loss and mourning yet another English-language paper, we feel this is a fight for preserving an important narrative, behind which stands a robust collective of journalists, translators and editors who do not simply produce news in English, but also inform local media practice and shed light on this country’s ongoing struggle for justice, freedom and equality.

The Egypt Independent team

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Hamas to consider legal action against Egyptian newspapers

Hamas to consider legal action against Egyptian newspapers | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Hamas Prime Minister Ismael Haniyeh’s political advisor has called on the Gaza government to sue Egyptian news outlets for reporting “fabricated news”, the state-run news agency MENA reported.

Political advisor Youssef Risqa was quoted Saturday evening saying that he called on the government to file a lawsuit against certain media outlets, although he did not specify which ones.

Mushir Al-Masry, a member of the Hamas Palestinian Legislative Council, confirmed to the Daily News Egypt that the government would be meeting soon to discuss “certain media outlets’ efforts to demonise Hamas”. Such outlets, he added, want to create conflict between Hamas and the Egyptian government.

The statement comes in response to a story which circulated in January, alleging that 7,000 Hamas militias belonging to the Al-Qassem Brigade militant wing crossed into Egypt through Gaza tunnels. These militias were reported to have crossed into Egypt in order to aid President Mohamed Morsi combat domestic unrest.

Hamas denied the claim on several occasions, calling it instead a plot to demonise the group through the media. 'Daily news Egypt)

 

http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2013/03/10/hamas-to-consider-legal-action-against-egyptian-newspapers/

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Egypt daily says offices attacked by vandals

Egypt daily says offices attacked by vandals | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The independent Egyptian newspaper El-Watan reported yesterday that a mob attacked and vandalized its offices in the early morning.

“More than 40 people torched the entrance to the building, stormed it and destroyed its contents,” the daily reported on its website.

The newspaper has been highly critical of the country’s ruling party.

It also recently angered fans of the Cairo Al-Ahly football club — who have protested against the government — by publishing a report that they had held meetings with a senior Muslim Brotherhood member.

El-Watan issued a rare retraction and apology to the Ahly fans yesterday.

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Monday's papers: Canal cities, locusts revolt against Morsy

Monday's papers: Canal cities, locusts revolt against Morsy | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The top headlines in Mondays papers include news pertaining to US Secretary of State John Kerrys visit to Egypt as protests against President Mohamed Morsy spread nationwide.

Photos of protests and clashes in the cities of Port Said, Ismailia, Mansoura, Zaqaziq and Cairo cover the front pages of every daily newspaper — with the exception of the Muslim Brotherhoods “Freedom and Justice” newspaper.

 

“Blood in the streets as the Muslim Brotherhood slice-up their parliamentary pie,” reads a headline in Al-Watan. The article that follows claims the Brotherhood is concerned merely with capturing a majority of seats in the upcoming parliamentary elections, while overlooking the bloodshed in the Suez Canal cities and Nile Delta cities at the hands of security forces.

“Governorates rise up against Morsy” reads a headline in Al-Wafd, the Wafd Partys daily, with a sub-headline saying that Ismailia was following Port Said in launching its own civil disobedience campaign. In another headline, the paper quotes the main opposition coalition with the headline, “National Salvation Front calls the murder and abuse of protesters a barbaric approach.”


The strident top headline in the privately owned newspaper Al-Tahrir reads, “Civil disobedience confronts the terrorism of Morsys Interior Ministry,” as the story mentions the blocking of roads and railways in the governorate, accompanied by noisy marches.

 

The paper adds that clashes took place outside of Morsys family residence in the Delta city of Zaqaziq, while other clashes took place in Cairos Tahrir Square after police moved to reopen streets around the square Sunday previously blocked off by protesters. Clashes ensued, and the square was closed to traffic after police pulled out.

 

Conversely, state-owned Al-Akhbar says,, “Police liberate Tahrir,” while the only mention of protests in Freedom and Justice claim that “73 thugs and outlaws [were] arrested in Tahrir, found in possession of Molotovs, weapons, and bombs.”(..)

 

Privately owned Youm7 reports that “Kerry ignores oppositions refusal to meet him, meets with (Minister of Defense, Abdel Fattah) al-Sisi before meeting president.” Opposition figures who did meet with him include Amr Moussa, Ayman Nour and Gamila Ismail.

 

More on: http://arabia.msn.com/news/middle-east/1349398/mondays-papers-canal-cities-locusts-r/

 

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Conférence : "Le modèle français de régulation des médias audiovisuels"

Conférence : "Le modèle français de régulation des médias audiovisuels" | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Françoise LABORDE, membre du Conseil supérieur de l’Audiovisuel français, donnera une conférencele mardi 19 février 2013 à 18h00 au syndicat des journalistes égyptiens (4, rue Abdel Khalaq Tharwat, Centre-Ville) pour présenter « Le modèle français de régulation des médias audiovisuels ».

La conférence est ouverte au public.

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Un journaliste égyptien empêché d'aller en Tunisie ou la liberté d’expression menacée

Un journaliste égyptien empêché d'aller en Tunisie ou la liberté d’expression menacée | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Le Consulat de Tunisie au Caire vient de refuser de delivrer le visa d’entree au journaliste egyptien Mahmoud Abderrahim (en Tunisie).

Celui-ci et malgré les multiples demandes et les démarches effectuées depuis plus d’un mois auprès des autorités consulaires tunisiennes n’a rien pu obtenir ce qui l’a empêché de venir (en Tunisie). C’est ce que vient d’indiquer "Arabic Network For Human Rights Information" (ANHRI) aujourd’hui, via le site Anhri.net

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Il semble même que Mahmoud Abderrahim, qui est militant politique et coordinateur général de la commission populaire de la constitution égyptienne, a été victime d’une agression verbale de la part d’un fonctionnaire du consulat avant d’être informé du refus de bénéficier du visa.

A ce propos, "ANHRI" a publié un communiqué dans lequel elle estime que « le refus de délivrer un visa d’entrée à Mahmoud Abderrahim en Tunisie confirme la persistance de la mentalité sécuritaire dans la gestion du pays (la Tunisie) » considérant cette décision « contraire l’opposant politique comme un danger pour la sécurité outre le fait que ce refus porte atteinte au droit et à la liberté de déplacement et une restriction à la liberté d’opinion et d’expression envers quiconque l’utilise contre le pouvoir. »

Il faut souligner que Mahmoud Abderrahim est connu pour ses multiples écrits défavorables aux pouvoirs islamistes nés après le « printemps arabe » et dans lesquels il a critiqué à plusieurs reprises le pouvoir tunisien.

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Egypt:NGOs demand immediate release of journalist

Egypt:NGOs demand immediate release of journalist | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it
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Several Egyptian Human Rights groups condemned on Wednesday the military trial of journalist Mohamed Sabri.

The Rights groups asked for Sabri’s immediate release demanding that all charges against him be dropped in a joint statement.

Sabri was arrested on Friday while working on an investigative journalistic report on the decision to ban private ownership of land near the border strip in Sinai.

He was referred to the North Sinai Military Prosecution for questioning, which subsequently referred him to a military court.

Sabri is scheduled to appear for trial on Wednesday, for charges of “being present in a restricted military area without permission and taking photographs.”

“Sabri’s arrest and his referral to a military trial clearly confirm concerns about the flawed formulation of Article 198 of the new Constitution,” said the statement signed by different non-governmental organizations.

The statement explained further that the constitution explicitly permits the referral of civilians to military trials in crimes “that harm the armed forces.”

Meanwhile, activists and journalists staged a protest on Tuesday in front of the journalists' syndicate to denounce the military trial of Sabri and other civilians.

Mona Seif, an activist of the 'No to Military Trials' group, told Aswat Masriya that she believed that Sabri was undergoing military trial because of his previous journalistic reports in Sinai, pointing that “his trial is a warning message to all activists.”

Seif added that Sabri also belongs to the ‘No to Military Trials’ group, in addition to being a prominent activist since the beginning of the revolution. (Aswat Masriya)

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Presidency criticises Egyptian media

Presidency criticises Egyptian media | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it
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By Luiz Sanchez and Joel Gulhane

 

An assistant to the president has released a statement that questions the objectivity and the professionalism of the Egyptian media. The statement also denied the accusations that it used the courts to limit freedom of speech.

The statement was published on Saturday on the official Facebook page of Essam El Haddad, who is President Mohamed Morsy’s assistant on foreign relations.

It began by asserting that freedom of speech and the press are included in the constitution that was “approved by the majority of Egyptians.”

El-Haddad said that article 45 of the constitution safeguards freedom of speech in its entirety, and is backed by articles 48 and 49 which “safeguard press freedom, while providing constitutional guarantees against any violation of that right by stating ‘no law that regulates the practice of rights and freedoms shall include what would constrain their essence.’”

“President Mohamed Morsy’s administration will not condone any violation of the rights and freedoms enshrined in our nation’s new-born Charter,” El-Haddad added. “A violation of this article is not only unconstitutional; it also amounts to a violation of one of the fundamental demands of the 25 January revolution.”

The statement was released in response to a lawsuit filed against Bassem Youssef, often referred to as the John Stewart of Egypt, for insulting the president. The lawsuit was filed after an episode aired last December in which Youssef mocked President Mohamed Morsy by imprinting his face on a pillow cover and criticising an earlier speech.

The lawsuit was filed by lawyer Ramadan Al-Oksory, who said Youssef had insulted the president, his family and several members of the government.

El-Haddad said: “Neither the presidency nor the government pursued any legal action against the comedian.”

The statement also pointed out that the complaints made against Youssef “were mainly individual initiatives by independent lawyers.”

But Youssef’s lawsuit is not the only one of its kind. Since Morsy came to power, several people have been embroiled in legal action for insulting the president or the government.

 

More : http://dailynewsegypt.com/2013/01/06/presidency-criticises-egyptian-media/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+DailyNewsEgypt+%28Daily+News+Egypt%29

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Breaking the news mold: Egypt’s community media gains a much-needed voice

Breaking the news mold: Egypt’s community media gains a much-needed voice | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

When major clashes in areas like Mansoura or Port Said break out, the Egyptian and international press descend upon the city for momentary coverage before retreating back to the capital.

At other times, events of a smaller scale often garner little, if any, media attention. But since the 2011 uprising, a new wave of community media has been trying to broaden the Cairo-centric cycle of Egyptian media through innovative local newspapers, Internet news sites, online radio and YouTube channels.

“There are so many stories to be told that are not told because of the centralized method with which we produce news in Egypt,” says Fatemah Farag, director of Sahafet Welad Elbalad, a media company she founded in 2011 to help develop localized, community-focused media.

“I think that the problem with local news in Egypt is not that people don’t want it, it’s just that it’s been [in the past] really bad. That’s what people don’t want,” she adds.

In fact, several mainstream newspapers have tried to produce local editions for their brands, but ended up closing these editions as they did not manage to attract readers.

Sahafet Welad Elbalad has so far set up weekly newspapers in Alexandria, Dishna, Mansoura, Fayoum, Nagaa Hammadi and Marsa Matrouh, with two more opening in Beni Suef and Luxor.

Reporting using different mediums from large cities such as Mansoura to rural areas such as Assiut and marginalized regions like Sinai, the leaders of these new community media initiatives are generally young, motivated and often working for free. They cite their work as part of the larger struggle to give a voice to the people in a revolutionizing Egypt.

Following decades of local media neglect and underdevelopment, these new initiatives also face an array of financial, legal, technical and conceptual challenges. They are also confronting traditional notions of journalism and media directionality.

Within the general mission to empower community media, some define themselves as professional journalists focused on the non-biased collection and dissemination of information. Others characterize their work using contemporary catchphrases such as citizen journalism and alternative media, pushing forward certain agendas or focusing on specific issues.

“Post-revolution, for many, [the growth of media outlets] is not seen as a problem because so many joined the field,” says Ali Shaath, whose organization, the Arab Digital Expression Foundation (ADEF), helps support alternative media initiatives.

 

http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/breaking-news-mold-egypt-s-community-media-gains-much-needed-voice

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Al-Watan newspaper headquarters in flames

Al-Watan newspaper headquarters in flames | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

By Rita Metiyas/Daily news Egypt
Al-Watan Newspaper headquarters in Dokki was torched early on Saturday by a group of unknown assailants. The fire completely destroyed the entrance of the building before the fire fighters arrived.

Around 40 attackers had gathered to make their way inside the building, violently attacking and vandalising equipment and offices, causing severe property damage.

 

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Le bureau d'un journal a été attaqué en Égypte

Le bureau d'un journal a été attaqué en Égypte | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

En Egypte, plus de 40 personnes ont attaqué le bureau du journal indépendant Al-Watan, a rapporté le site du journal ce samedi, sans préciser le nom de la ville où cette attaque a eu lieu.

Le journal connu pour ses critiques du mouvement islamique au pouvoir, les Frères musulmans, a récemment publié un article sur les supporters du club anti-gouvernemental du Caire Al Ahli et aurait pris contact avec l'un des hauts responsables dans le gouvernement. Mais le journal a dû par la suite se rétracter et publier un démenti.

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Les journalistes égyptiens interdits de filmer le transfert de la statue d'Amenhotep à Louxor, alors que les étrangers y sont autorisés

Les journalistes égyptiens interdits de filmer le transfert de la statue d'Amenhotep à Louxor, alors que les étrangers y sont autorisés | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

أدانت أحزاب وقوى وطنية وشعبية فى الأقصر قيام مسئولى المجلس الأعلى للاثار المصرية والبعثة الأثرية الأوروربية العاملة غرب الأقصر برئاسة الدكتور هوريج سورزين بمنع الصحفيين والمصورين المصريين من متابعة وتصوير عملية نقل تمثال الملك امنحتب الثالث، والسماح للمصورين والصحفيين الأجانب فقط بمتابعة عملية النقل وتصويرها وتحديد موقع على بعد عشرات الأمتار للاعلاميين المصريين .

وقال شعبان هريدى عضو الهيئة العليا لحزب الوفد وعبد العزيز محمود منسق أمناء الثورة بالأقصر ومحمد صالح منسق اللجنة الشعبية لدعم ومناصرة القضايا الوطنية وهدى خليل منسقة حركة سيدات من أجل التنمية والدكتور ميشيل ابراهيم رزق القيادى بالحزب المصرى الديمقراطى الاجتماعى والراوى أحمد الراوى القيادى فى الحزب الجمهورى الحر إن مصر واثارها ملك لمصريين ولن تكون حكرا للأجانب، وطالبوا بمحاسبة المسئولين عن الواقعة.

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Les partis et forces politiques et populaires de Louxor ont condamné le comportement des responsables du Conseil Suprême des Antiquités et de la mission archéologique européenne opérant à l’ouest de Louxor, dirigée par le Dr Hourig Sourouzian. Ceux-ci ont interdit aux journalistes et photographes égyptiens de suivre et de filmer l’opération de transfert de la statue d’Amenhotep III. Ils ont permis uniquement aux photographes et journalistes étrangers de couvrir l’événement, limitant l’accès aux médias égyptiens.

Plusieurs personnalités appartenant aux partis politiques et la société civile ont indiqué que les antiquités égyptiennes appartiennent aux Egyptiens et ne ne peuvent être monopolisées par des étrangers. Ils ont également demandé des explications aux responsables de l'incident.

Pour sa part, Dr. Ezzat Saad, Gouverneur de Louxor a ordonné l’ouverture d’une enquête et a exprimé ses regrets pour le mauvais traitement infligé aux journalistes égyptiens. Il a immédiatement envoyé sur le site tous les journalistes empêchés de filmer afin qu’ils puissent faire leur métier.

Le Conseil Révolutionnaire de Louxor a émis une déclaration dans laquelle il a condamné l’incident. Pour le Coordinateur du Conseil, les antiquités et monuments du pays appartiennent aux Egyptiens et non pas aux missions européennes. La priorité doit donc être donnée aux Egyptiens pour connaître leur histoire et leurs monuments. Il a dénoncé le mauvais traitement subi par les correspondants des chaînes et journaux nationaux, malgré l’invitation officielle qui leur a été envoyée pour couvrir cet événement, et a rejeté la responsabilité sur le chef de mission, Dr Hourig Sourouzian.


Traduction par Randa CHART

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François Tonic's comment, February 19, 2013 8:23 PM
sans vouloir prendre parti, il n'est pas normal que les media égyptiens ne puissent pas avoir accès à cet événement. en général, on interdit plutôt les journalistes étrangers...
Bernard's comment, March 14, 2013 6:00 PM
Comme il est "amusant" de voir comment peut être travestie la réalité: tous les journalistes présents étaient égyptiens, et seule une journaliste, ne voulant pas respecter les règles de sécurités, a commencé à hurler et à faire un esclandre, prétendant justement que les journalistes égyptiens ne pouvaient pas assister au déplacement des colosses. Les vidéos et photos présentées sur ce site prouvent en effet que des journalistes ont bien eu accès au site. Pour ce qui est de "l'invitation officielle", il s'agit en fait d'une invitation faite par un officiel lors d'une conférence qui eu lieu la veille, invitation qui n'a pas fait l'objet de discussion avec les responsables de la fouille, et donc les responsables de la sécurité. Il était clair que le seul objectif du docteur Sourouzian était la sécurité (le déplacement de blocs de 35 tonnes avec un grue nécessite certaines règles de sécurité) et il n'y a eu aucune discrimination de nationalité. Il semble donc probable que la journaliste récalcitrante soit à l'origine de cette article totalement faux et impartial et qu'on ici bien loin du journalisme.
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Colloque " Nouveaux médias et journalisme au Moyen-Orient"

Colloque " Nouveaux médias et journalisme au Moyen-Orient" | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Canal France International (CFI) et « Al Masri Al Youm » organisent au Caire du 20 au 22 février un colloque intitulé « Comment les nouveaux médias font évoluer le journalisme et l’information dans les pays du Moyen-Orient ? ». Il aura lieu à l’hôtel Sofitel Gezira.

Ce colloque s’inscrit dans le cadre du projet 4M, lancé par CFI en juin 2011 pour « accompagner ses partenaires dans l’évolution de leurs pratiques journalistiques face au développement des nouveaux médias ».

Professionnels, journalistes, blogueurs, entrepreneurs des médias, créateurs de start-ups et journalistes citoyens présenteront leurs expériences, leurs savoir-faire et leurs initiatives les plus récentes dans ce domaine.

Les trois journées seront organisées autour de conférences plénières et d’ateliers. Parmi les sujets qui seront abordés par les participants au 4M Le Caire : 
 Nouvelles pratiques du journalisme en ligne ; 
 L’entreprenariat : recherche d’un modèle économique viable ; 
 Journalisme local et technologies numériques.

CFI a lancé en 2011 le label 4M, série d’évènements où s’incarne la volonté de cette agence de coopération d’être un observateur attentif et un accompagnateur des nouveaux usages médiatiques apparus dans les pays du Sud grâce à l’internet. Cinq éditions se sont déjà tenues avec l’appui de partenaires locaux : Montpellier en juin 2011 et juin 2012, Tunis en janvier 2012, Belgrade en avril 2012, et Abidjan en novembre 2012.

 

Programme du colloque : http://www.ambafrance-eg.org/IMG/pdf/Programme_4M_Le_Caire.pdf

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Egyptian media to boycott coverage of Arab Economic Summit

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Twenty nine editors have decided to boycott coverage of the Arab Economic, development and Social Summit because they were offended by the invitation they received from Saudi Arabia and the Arab League.

The news agencies released a statement on Sunday announcing that they would boycott all coverage of the event and all preparatory events. The statement was signed by editors from a variety of news agencies, most of whom are Egyptian.

The statement claimed that officials from the Arab League confirmed that only editors were invited travel to Saudi Arabia to provide media coverage for the summit. It also pointed out that “journalists reject this degrading way they were dealt with.”

“Journalists have also confirmed they do not find a justification for their exclusion; especially that a large number of them expressed their desire to travel at their own expense,” said the statement.

The summit, being held in Riyadh is set to take place over two days starting on 21 January. It is organised by the Arab League and Saudi Arabian authorities and will bring together leaders from across the Arab world.

The embassy of Saudi Arabia in Cairo published a press release on Monday which “reiterate[ed] its welcome to all journalists and media personnel, who have expressed their keenness to cover the summit.”

Bahaa Eldeen Mohamed, the Arab affairs editor at El Watan newspaper and one of the signatories of the statement said despite the press release today all of the signatories of the statement still intend to go through with the boycott.

The signatories of the statement include editors from news agencies such as Al-Watan, Al-Gomhuria, state-owned news agency MENA, Al-Wafd, Al-Ahram and Akhbar Al-Yawm. In addition, editors from Emirati, Iraqi and Qatari agencies also signed the statement. (Daily News Egypt)

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Egypte : un journaliste devant la justice militaire

Egypte : un journaliste devant la justice militaire | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

En Egypte, Mohamed Sabry, journaliste-blogueur a été arrêté la semaine dernière dans le Sinaï à la frontière avec la bande de Gaza, et il devrait comparaître pour la seconde fois ce mercredi 9 janvier devant le tribunal militaire d'Ismaïliya, après une première audience dimanche. Mohamed Sabry était en train de filmer un sujet sur l'interdiction de l'achat de terre dans les zones frontalières lorsqu'il a été arrêté par des militaires. Amnesty International dénonce la poursuite de ces procès militaires, inscrits dans la nouvelle Constitution, et qui auraient dû, selon l'ONG, être supprimés pour sceller définitivement la fin de l'ère Moubarak.

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