Journalism In Jail

Friday, June 27, 2014


Amid international outcry, Egypt's judiciary sentenced three Al Jazeera journalists to between seven and ten years in jail on charges of aiding terrorists. Bob reflects on how suppression of a free press in Egypt may be reversing the course of the Arab Spring.


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Comments [2]

Thatwood B. Telling from The Village

Oops. Make that "a false sense of hope."

Jun. 28 2014 01:03 PM
Thatwood B. Telling from The Village

With all due respect to Zakaria, I'd say the military dictatorship isn't back ... it never left. The only thing that changed for some, and only briefly, was that they were infused with a sense of false hope.

Jun. 27 2014 10:47 PM

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