Alber Saber, the Egyptian blogger and activist convicted of blasphemy, has had his appeal denied. Saber was sentenced to three years in prison in December for “contempt of the Muslim and Christian religions.”
The bottom line is, we’re not sure. This article is a translation, and it’s possible that something’s been mixed up, and the “Saber attended the court session” line may have been meant to refer to his original sentencing. So when I know, I’ll update.