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Activist detained for tearing-up ballot paper
Ahram Online, Saturday 15 Dec 2012
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Activist Aida El-Kashef has been arrested after she tore up her ballot in protest of the constitution referendum, at the Nasser Girl's School polling station in Cairo's Manial district.

 The judge supervising the polls filed a report against her and she was consequently transported to Misr Al-Kadima police station. 



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Ansari
16-12-2012 03:45am
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Aida Kashef detained for tearing-up ballot paper, send her to slammer
Why Aida Kashef is branded as an activist, she should have been reported as plain trouble maker. These so called activists (brain dead) are really have no brainer that Mubarak era is finished, it is an era of democracy in Egypt. Use the ballots to show your strength, not stupidity.
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Nora
15-12-2012 01:37pm
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fanatic
They just want to force their views on everyone else. That's what fanatic do. She could have said no, or abstained. But, no Ms. look at me, I am an 'activist'. A.O please spare the titles. There are too many 'activists'. It is a title for those who have no real profession.
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