This video is called Inside Story Americas – Interview with Maryam al-Khawaja.
From al-Ahram daily in Egypt:
Bahraini rights activist Al-Khawaja banned from entering Egypt
Airport authorities ban Bahrain‘s Mariam Al-Khawaja from entering
Egypt; Prominent rights activist to be deported to Copenhagen on Sunday evening
Sunday 26 Aug 2012
Security sources at the airport told Egyptian state news agency MENA that Al-Khawaja’s name had been put on the airport’s entrance-ban list by Egyptian security authorities.
The activist is expected to be deported to Copenhagen, Denmark on Sunday evening.
Al-Khawaja is a prominent Bahraini human rights activist and head of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR)’s foreign relations office. The BCHR was originally founded by her father, Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, who is currently serving a life sentence in Bahrain for so-called crimes against the state.
Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja’s case drew international attention in February of this year when he launched a hunger strike to protest his ongoing detention.
During a previous visit to Egypt in April, Mariam had come close to being deported, but Cairo airport security had ended up allowing her entry into the country at the last minute.
See also here.
It seems that among police in Egypt, there are stil too many leftovers from the Mubarak dictatorship.
UPDATE: Egypt deports Bahrain activist Mariam al-Khawaja from country: here.
On August 22 the Egyptian government officially requested a $4.8 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund: here.
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