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Captive of hope? Mohamed Soltan, participant of the January 25 revolution & human rights advocate

Eight years since the 2011 uprising in Egypt, and the country’s standing is still in the eye of the beholder. To some outside the country, it’s a hardline dictatorship with thousands of political prisoners. To those inside, it’s a work-in-progress, battling against terrorism and economic hardship. Is there any middle ground between these two narratives? To discuss this, Oksana’s joined by Mohamed Soltan, participant of the January 25 revolution and human rights advocate.


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