Jailed Egyptian Journalist Out On Bail Fears For Freedom Of Expression Kelly McEvers talks with Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian journalist for Al Jazeera English. Mohamed was imprisoned for alleged assistance to the banned Muslim Brotherhood.

Jailed Egyptian Journalist Out On Bail Fears For Freedom Of Expression

Jailed Egyptian Journalist Out On Bail Fears For Freedom Of Expression

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Kelly McEvers talks with Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian journalist for Al Jazeera English. Mohamed was imprisoned for alleged assistance to the banned Muslim Brotherhood. His trial is ongoing, though he is now out on bail. He talks about his concerns about freedom of expression in Egypt because several other journalists are still behind bars.