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Egyptian-American Dawat Soulam wanted to be a part her country's revolution and got a job training political parties with the democracy promotion group, the International Republican Institute. Soulam quit soon after, complaining that the U.S.-funded group refused to work with Islamist parties. She raised concerns with Egyptian authorities about that and questioned IRI's other activities. Months later, the IRI and other U.S. and Egyptian NGO's had their offices raided and shut. These revelations come at a complicated time as U.S. and Egyptian NGO's are back in court in Cairo.
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