An Increasing Number of Bloggers end up in Prison

An Increasing Number of Bloggers end up in Prison
For three years, Egyptian blogger Abdelkareem Nabil Suleiman allegedly used his blog as a platform to criticize religious and authoritarian practices in his country, as well as Egypt’s highest religious institutions including the Sunni University of Al-Azhar, where he attended law school. In November, law enforcement authorities arrested the 22-year-old student. Last week, an Alexandria (Egypt) judge sentenced him to four years in prison, three for disparaging Islam and one for defaming President Hosni Mubarak in his online journal.
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