Fahmy to Rally With Liberals & NDP; Says Harper Government "Overstates" Role in His Release
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Fahmy to Rally With Liberals & NDP; Says Harper Government “Overstates” Role in His Release
After nearly two years in prison, Mohamed Fahmy is finally free after being pardoned by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. He was imprisoned by Egyptian authorities on widely denounced charges of spreading false news.

After nearly two years in prison, Mohamed Fahmy is finally free after being pardoned by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. He was imprisoned by Egyptian authorities on widely denounced charges of spreading false news.

Speaking with CANADALAND from Egypt, Fahmy reveals that upon his return to Canada, he plans to speak at Liberal and NDP political rallies before the federal election.

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