Protest Kareem Amer's Imprisonment
|November 4, 2010|
November 5th is the four year anniversary of Kareem Amer's imprisonment. Amer is a student blogger whose liberty was robbed from him for criticizing Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak. He might be released on November 5th, but there are rumors that his sentence will be extended. Either way, CyberDissidents.org will mark his fourth year in prison by holding protests at Egyptian embassies throughout the globe. As the recipient of billions of dollars of American aid, Egypt has a special responsibility to stop repressing advocates of free speech.
Please consider joining our worldwide protest at the Egyptian embassy or consulate nearest to you on November 5th. The primary protests will be held at New York City and Washington D.C.
CONSULATE GENERAL OF A.R.E. IN NEW YORK
1110 Second Ave. Suite 201 New York, NY 10022
EMBASSY OF THE ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT
3521 International Ct. Nw Washington DC 20008
Other consulate locations can be found in the following link: