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Radwan’s party at the Cairo airport!

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A week after he has been detained in downtown Damascus, Muhammad Radwan is finally free and will be flying to Cairo tomorrow (Saturday), arriving at the international airport’s terminal 3 at 6pm via EgyptAir.

Needless to say, we’re going to be kickin’ one hell of a party at the airport and you’re all invited. We’ll try to get the following design printed in a large sign to accompany the ones we had from before.

Thank you all for your overwhelming effort and support, it means a lot to everyone involved in Radwan’s life. Congratulations to us all!

Rad what? Rad-1

Rad what? Rad-1

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On behalf of Syrian Youth Movement we want to say that we are very pleased that Radwan is back home safe and well. Enjoy the party. Please do not forget the many hundreds of Syrian protesters who are still in arbitrary prison and please continue to support our struggle against dictatorship. Best wishes and you’ll all be invited to party with us in a free Damascus soon. SUIC


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