Items related to Maikel Nabil

Al-Masry Al-Youm 23 Dec 2012
Arab student movements at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem condemned Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil, who is due to...
Christine Kassasseya 02 Mar 2012
A freedom of expression expert recommended 10 principles to guide the formation of Egypt’s freedom of expression...
Low turnout during the first day of first phase of Shura Council elections, Dakahliya, January 29,2012. Elections will be held for two days, including 13 governorates, while run-off will be held on February 7.
Sarah Carr 30 Jan 2012
Today’s papers highlight the low turnout for Shura Council elections, giving the Egypt's upper house of...
Rana Khazbak 28 Jan 2012
In his first public appearance after being pardoned from his two-year prison sentence, blogger Maikel Nabil said he was...
Yousry el Badry 24 Jan 2012
The Interior Ministry’s Prisons Department released blogger Maikel Nabil from Tora prison on Tuesday. Nabil has...
Chief of Staff of the Egyptian armed forces Sami Annan (L) attends the Coptic Christmas midnight mass at Abbassiya Cathedral, Cairo, January 6, 2012. A massive plan to protect Egyptian churches swung into action ahead of the Christmas eve mass lead by Pope Shenuda III in Cairo's Abbassiya Cathedral, with Islamist leaders attending for the first time.
Maggie Hyde 23 Jan 2012
Egypt’s ruling generals in recent days have issued a wave of promises to the country’s protestors,...
Egypt Independent 22 Jan 2012
Egypt’s military ruler decreed on Saturday the release of 1,955 detainees held by military prosecutors, including...
Egypt Independent 02 Jan 2012
A lawyer filed a complaint with the attorney general on Saturday, accusing a police officer in Marg prison of...
Abdel-Rahman Hussein 29 Dec 2011
Some 300 protesters marched through downtown Cairo on Thursday evening to protest the incarceration of blogger Maikel...
Rana Khazbak 27 Dec 2011
“The army and the people were never one hand,” is the provocative title of a blogpost by Maikel Nabil, who...