Egypt Will Never Be the Same: What I saw on the streets of Alexandria, by Kareem Amer (Wall Street Journal, January 28, 2011)
(I was involved, with many others, in the four-year Free Kareem campaign. It is good that he is free. I want him to remain so.)
Egypt’s Front Pages, from The Economist
4 Responses to “Egypt, from the Perspective of One Person Who Was Personally Persecuted by Mubarak”
I am so glad Kareem is finally free! Thank you Tom for all your effort.
But also a great thanks to the people of Egypt!
Freedom in all Middle East!
Tom, keep on your efforts, bring the message of liberty to Egypt as you did so successfully in East Europe and Central Asia.
A new road for freedom has already been opened.
Let’s widen it with missions, contacts with the right people, the messagers of liberty in Egypt.
Let’s educate them with seminars on the meaning of individual liberty and individual rights, of tolerance and open society.
Let’s work more on the advance of freedom in Egypt.
This is the right moment.
Dr. Panagiotis Evangelopoulos
Department of Economics
University of Peloponnese
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Freedom for Kareem! Wonderful news!