An Egyptian Activist Battered In Tahrir Considers Boycott

Monday was the largest turnout in recent memory for the first round of voting in Egypt’s first parliamentary elections since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak.

Meet Saleh, an activist who, during the clashes with police in Tahrir, was arrested and later released along with other protestors. He describes his experience as “fortunate” when compared to the fates of those killed in Tahrir as well as the thousands who remain in military detention.

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GOP Power Players: Where They Stand On Five Major Issues
Turnstyle looks at the top four GOP candidates in the  2012 election. We put them side-by-side to see what they have to say  about five issues that will be high priority for voters this fall»
GOP Power Players: Where They Stand On Five Major Issues

Turnstyle looks at the top four GOP candidates in the 2012 election. We put them side-by-side to see what they have to say about five issues that will be high priority for voters this fall»