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Blogger Maikel Nabil case adjourned, again

Military court adjourns the case of blogger Maikel Nabil to 7 December

Ahram Online, Sunday 4 Dec 2011
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Detained Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil's case has been adjourned to 7 December. Nabil is currently being retried after receiving a three year prison sentence by a military court in April 2011.

Nabil was detained by the military after criticising the army's role in the revolution in a blog post entitled "The Army and the people were never one hand."

Nabil is among more than 12,000 Egyptians subject to military trials. Since the Supreme Council for the Armed Forces took over power after the ouster of Mubarak, activists have campaigned against the military trial of civilians.

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