'Where is he?': Egyptian government ordered to reveal location of Mostafa al-Naggar

Source: Middle East Eye - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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90% Liberal


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Policies:

Government Spending
War on Terrorism
Social Security Privatization
Refugee Migration
Anti-Discrimination Laws

Sentiments

88% "On Sunday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed outrage over the pointless and tragic death of American citizen Moustafa Kassem after a year-long ..."
83% "Since Sisi's re-election in March in a vote condemned as unfree and unfair, Human Rights Watch says that security forces have escalated a campaign ..."
62% "Amnesty International said in its latest report that Egypt's human rights crisis continued unabated and that arbitrary arrests and detentions had become routine, and ..."
50% "Al-Naggar shot to fame during the Arab Spring after blogging against former President Hosni Mubarak, voicing his support for democracy and human rights.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

88% : On Sunday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed outrage "over the pointless and tragic death" of American citizen Moustafa Kassem after a year-long hunger strike, casting a spotlight on Egypt's rights record.
83% : Amr Magdy, Egypt researcher at Human Rights Watch
83% : Since Sisi's re-election in March in a vote condemned as "unfree and unfair", Human Rights Watch says that security forces have "escalated a campaign of intimidation, violence, and arrests against political opponents, civil society activists, and many others who have simply voiced mild criticism of the government.
62% : Amnesty International said in its latest report that Egypt's human rights crisis "continued unabated" and that arbitrary arrests and detentions had become routine, and that "torture and other ill-treatment" also remained routine.
50% : Al-Naggar shot to fame during the Arab Spring after blogging against former President Hosni Mubarak, voicing his support for democracy and human rights.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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