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  • Omar Hazeq
    Freedom for Omar Hazeq (Arabic Text)

    Hamdy el-Gazzar describes the situation swirling around Omar Hazeq who was an employee at the Library of Alexandria. Omar was dismissed from his position and sentenced to two years’ imprisonment for breaking demonstration laws and taking part in a protest during the trial of Khalid Said’s murderers.

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  • Omar H
    Freedom for Omar Hazeq

    Hamdy el-Gazzar describes the situation swirling around Omar Hazeq who was an employee at the Library of Alexandria. Omar was dismissed from his position and sentenced to two years’ imprisonment for breaking demonstration laws and taking part in a protest during the trial of Khalid Said’s murderers.

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  • Exile Hangout: Venezuela
    Exile Hangout: Venezuela

    In this Exile Hangout, writer-in-residence Israel Centeno engages Venezuelan authors Liliana Lara, Juan Carlos Chirinos, and Juan Carlos Mendez Guedez. They reveal the realities of living overseas as Venezuelan writers and they expand upon what it means to truly live “in exile” within and outside their country of origin.

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  • Freedom Chat
    The Freedom Chat: A Conversation with Andrea Daza Tapia

    In the third installment of Sampsonia Way’s “The Freedom Chat”, journalist Andrea Daza Tapia shines a light on the media blackouts in Venezuela, reaffirms the power of social media, and she details the detriments incurred from the conflation of roles between media professionals and politicians.

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