Tag: emergency law
IHRC urges the Supreme Council of Armed Forces to free all political prisoners and those who were arrested during the protests.
IHRC urges all campaigners to write to the UK Foreign Secretary, calling for the release of all political prisoners in egypt.
The death of ‘emergency-law martyr’ Khaled Saeed has become of great public interest, becoming a symbol of thousands of Egyptian citizens who are victims of police brutality.
A protest will be held on Saturday 19 June 2010 in front of the Egyptian embassy in objection to the brutal killing of the Egyptian citizen Khaled Saeed.
Khairat al-Shater has in total spent over 10 years in Egyptian prisons. His current sentence is 7 years of which he’s served 3 and half years.
Eye witnesses reported that the police then took him in a police vehicle only to come back later and dump his dead body.
Sri Lankan authorities arrested a Bahraini resident with Sri Lankan nationality, Sarah Malanie Perera, on 20 March 2010 in Colombo, Sri Lanka, for allegedly offending Buddhism.