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A NYT article reports on an American citizen, Mohamed Soltan, who was sentenced to life imprisonment in Egypt. The article also related in passing, "Gehad el-Haddad, a spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, was also sentenced to life in prison."
No other information is given in this article about Mr. el-Haddad.
An article at MadWorldNews gives further clarification about the individual.
"El-Haddad served for five years as a top official in the Clinton foundation."
Why did the NYT decide to omit this piece of information regarding the man's ties to a Presidential candidate?
Additionally, the NYT article describes the calls of the State Department for the American citizen's release.
In a statement, the United States State Department said that it was “deeply disappointed” in the decision and “deeply concerned about Mr. Soltan’s health and detention.” The statement called for Egypt to release Mr. Soltan “on humanitarian grounds.”
What about releasing Jonathan Pollard on humanitarian grounds?