Bikya Masr, Aug 5th, 2010 | By Joseph Mayton
CAIRO: He was imprisoned here. He then went into self-imposed exile to the United States in order to avoid further crackdowns. Now, on Wednesday, Saad el-Din Ibrahim has returned to his native country.
His influence spreads globally, from America to the troubled region he hails from. Having been imprisoned by the Egyptian government for his work in human rights and democratic reform, Ibrahim has returned to his homeland in order to continue his lifelong work as a reformer and activist.
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