An Egyptian state security prosecutor renewed on Sunday, 10 September, the dentation of several women for 15 days, pending further investigations into the charges of allegedly supporting and fundraising for a terrorist group.
ENHR: After deportation from Bahrain, 2 Egyptian opposition figures detained pending terrorism charges
After being deported to Egypt from Bahrain, opposition figures Al-Sayed Mohamed Mahmoud Ajez and Mohamed Al-Iraqi Saad Hassanein were ordered detained last week pending investigation into terrorism charges, their lawyers said.
The Egyptian First Circuit Court of Terrorism headed by judge Muhammad Al-Saeed Al-Sherbiny has referred the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Badie, and seven others to the Grand Mufti for his opinion on the death sentence given to them for allegedly killing a police officer and others. The …
The Egyptian authorities should overturn the harsh prison sentences imposed on March 5, 2023, following an unfair mass trial of 29 men and women solely because of their peaceful activism, Human Rights Watch said today.
A special Egyptian court on Sunday sentenced four veteran human rights activists to prison terms up to 15 years for “terrorism”, several rights groups said.
Two Egyptian TikTokers have been arrested and ordered into pretrial detention after shooting a parody of a prison visit.
A Cairo state security prosecutor ordered this week the detention of Egyptian artist Amir Abdel-Ghani for 15 days, pending further investigation into “terrorism-related” charges, nine days after he was reportedly taken by unidentified men to an unknown location believed to be the state security agency, according to his lawyer.
Researcher Ahmed Samir Santawy was sentenced on Monday to three years in prison in a retrial on charges of publishing false news, lawyer Ahmed Ragheb told Mada Masr.
An Egyptian court sentenced 10 people to death and more than 50 others to life in prison on Tuesday after they were convicted of supporting or carrying out attacks against security forces and sabotage of state infrastructure.
A Cairo state security prosecutor ordered on Monday the detention of journalist Safaa Al-Korbigi for 15 days, pending further investigations into “terrorism-related charges” against her, three days after being reportedly taken by unidentified men to an unknown location, her lawyer Ali Ayoub said.