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Abdolkarim released

Karim is free nowThe Egyptian blogger who was detained by secutiry forces on the 26th of October has been released. Previously covered on GVO here, here and here.

Karim wrote about his own release. (Arabic)

Sandmonkey wrote:

In it he announced that he was released yesterday by the Police after spending 18 days under arrest, 6 of which he was arrested by National Security and 12 of which he spent in the Torah priosn. His post is brief, in which he only thanked the people who stood by him and promises to write about what happend to him in prison later on.

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  • Breaking News: Abdulkarim Released

    Abdulkarim wrote about his own release. (Arabic)
    Sandmonkey translation:
    In it he announced that he was released yesterday by the Police after spending 18 days under arrest, 6 of which he was arrested by National Security and 12 of which he spent in…

  • […] [Via: GVO] […]

  • Stig Carlsson

    Congratulations!

    Was just about to sign The Petition,but had no photo.
    Having scanned one I returned but couldn’t find The P.
    Then I saw the News of his release!…(Sigh of relief!)
    Please Do send an email if can be of any help in the future.
    (Can’t read Arabic though.)

  • […] After the release of Abdolkarim. Malek went to meet him personally and he wrote about his meeting (Arabic). Here is a quick translation of a part of the post: … He started to recall the events that occurred. […]

  • sal

    congratulation, Egypt and the world need people like you.

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