Mostafa El-Naggar

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Mostafa Al Naggar "is a researcher and specialist in social movements. He is an active member of the Egyptian National Association for Change (NAC), and organization calling for constitutional and electoral reforms in Egypt. Mostafa is the owner of the blog and member of the popular blog, which features numerous Egyptian bloggers on politics and evolving Egyptian social dynamics. Mostafa is a founding Member of the “Journalists and Bloggers For Human Rights Network” based in Beirut, Lebanon and is the founder of a number of social campaigns including “Freedom for Egyptians,” and “Let's dream more.” He was an observer during the 2005 parliamentary elections in Egypt, and has been arrested numerous times for his political activism. Mostafa earned a B.A. in Oral and Dental Medicine in 2003 from the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine at Al Azhar University and a Bachelor of Mass Communications from Cairo University in 2010." [1]

He was arrested in 2010 at the Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights.


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  1. Fikra Forum Mostafa Al-Naggar, organizational web page, accessed February 13, 2012.