Whither the Egyptian Spring?

The life of 26-year-old Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil—one of the first political prisoners of the post-Mubarak era—is hanging by a thread as he completes the third month of an on-going hunger strike.

Irwin Cotler
Published: Wednesday, 11/23/2011 12:00 am EST

The life of 26-year-old Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil—one of the first political prisoners of the post-Mubarak era—is hanging by a thread as he completes the third month of an on-going hunger strike.

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