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Cairo prison iPod blues

 
Beirut was flooded with liberal Arab activists over the weekend as the Network of Arab Liberals held a workshop here. MENASSAT schmoozed with some of the attendants, including Egypt's Amira Abdel-Fattah, who among other things revealed what her husband, Al-Dustour editor in chief Ibrahim Issa, will be listening to on his iPod in prison.
 
By ALEXANDRA SANDELS
 
Beirut was flooded with liberal Arab activists over the weekend as the Network of Arab Liberals held a workshop here. MENASSAT schmoozed with some of the attendants, including Egypt's Amira Abdel-Fattah, who among other things revealed what her husband, Al-Dustour editor in chief Ibrahim Issa, will be listening to on his iPod in prison.
Beirut was flooded with liberal Arab activists over the weekend as the Network of Arab Liberals held a workshop here. MENASSAT schmoozed with some of the attendants, including Egypt's Amira Abdel-Fattah, who among other things revealed what her husband, Al-Dustour editor in chief Ibrahim Issa, will be listening to on his iPod in prison.
BEIRUT, March 31, 2008 (MENASSAT) – The workshop by the Network of Arab Liberals (NAL) was organized in collaboration with the German <
By ALEXANDRA SANDELS
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