From The Guardian:
“Human rights activists in Egypt have reacted angrily to the arrest of prominent women’s rights advocate Azza Soliman, saying it marked a “chilling escalation” of pressure on civil society organisations.
Soliman, the founder of the Centre for Egyptian Women’s Legal Assistance(CEWLA), is one of a number of activists, lawyers and journalists to have been prevented from leaving Egypt in the past month.
The rights lawyer and leading feminist said last week that she had been turned back on 19 November at Cairo airport. Soon after, Soliman discovered that her personal assets and those of her group had been frozen. On Wednesday, her foundation and a security source said she had been detained by police.”