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Egypt appears to have broken its leg after February 11th, and that is because since January 25th until the day the president stepped down, it was running as fast as it could in the field of social change and freedom.
Members of the Islamic Research Institute demanded Sheikh Abdel-Met’aal Al-Sa’idi’s book "Religious freedom in Islam," be confiscated. Al-Saiidi wrote in his book that an apostate should not be killed. It was only Prof. Mohammed Ragab Al-Bayoumi who defended the book.
According to the report of the Human Rights Watch on Egypt, the government of President Hosni Mubarak intensified its efforts to exercise control over civil society institutions, harassing and restricting the activities of political parties, human rights and other nongovernmental organizations (...
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