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by Halima Mohamed ... | September 8, 2009 at 1:20 PM
Halima Mohamed ...
Follow the new developments in the story of the Sudanese journalist Lubna Hussein who went to jail yesterday at the link: http://worldpulse.com/node/13121
I just blogged about it. I still don't get why she was arrested, I really don't believe she was arrested for wearing "pants". I wear pants in Sudan and this never made me feel uncomfortable. Do you think it's politically motivated? She does write a very blunt column and she is a journalist( they are after-all targeted.)
It's a very strange case.
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