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» When Pamela Met the Sandmonkey: from Pajamas Media
"You see people in Egypt getting arrested left and right for no reason and being charged with the most ridiculous charges..... the majority of the Egyptian blogosphere is becoming silent. People that were vocal before are censoring themselves big time.... [Read More]

» Farewell Egyptian Sandmonkey! from The Jawa Report
Sam Adams, aka "Egyptian Sandmonkey", has called it quits. Apparently, our "allies" in Egypt have turned up the heat on him.One of the chief reasons is the fact that there has been too much heat around me lately. I no... [Read More]

» Nancy from Wake up America-
But the day after Pelosi's visits there were immediate arrests of Syrian activists. That was the fruit she yielded. [Read More]

» Update on Abdel Kareem Nabil Soliman from The HILL Chronicles
It has been awhile since I have written on Kareem. The editor of Free Kareem writes that Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al-Yousif, who is currently in Abu Dhabi for a media conference, is about to take part in a session which will be aired on sever... [Read More]

» Caring from rightlinx.com
Atlas Shrugs had the opportunity to interview Egyptian blogger Sandmonkey, after he was forced to quit his blog due to increased pressure from Egyptian police. SANDMONKEY: But the day after Pelosis visits there were immediate arrests of Syrian a... [Read More]

» UGH from trying to grok
Read this interview with Sandmonkey and be depressed.... [Read More]

» It was a different world...back in 2005 from Random Jottings
Atlas Shrugs has an interview with Egyptian blogger Sandmonkey, who recently quit blogging because of hostile attention from the police... ...SANDMONKEY: "Any kind of democratic reform in the country [Egypt] for the past 3 years has been rolled back... [Read More]

» INTERVIEW WITH THE BLOGGER from Word Around the Net
We can fix the damage, we can repair what the idiotic, irresponsible, and deliberately foolish Democratic leadership has done with their words and deeds. But it will take time and commitment. Does the America of the 21st century have it in us, like we ... [Read More]

» Some Stuff About Egypt, A Fisking Of the NYT, and We Threaten Legal Action Against A JBlogger from Mere Rhetoric
Stuff we couldn't fit anywhere else. Sorry, you really deserve better. And yet, link dump: * Soccer Dad catches the NYT being appallingly dishonest * Altas nabbed an interview with Sandmonkey right after he stopped blogging. * Yesterday, Sandmonkey pos... [Read More]