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Human rights organizations warn of the deteriorating health condition of Dr.Osama Soliman
Human rights organizations warn of the deteriorating health condition of Dr.Osama Soliman
The Egyptian Group for Human Rights and Law has expressed its concern regarding the health of Dr. Ossama Soliman who is being detained under heavy security in al-Qasr al-Aini Hospital pending his trial in the so-called “International Networking case”.
Tuesday, August 24,2010 22:32
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 The Egyptian Group for Human Rights and Law has expressed its concern regarding the health of Dr. Ossama Soliman who is being detained under heavy security in al-Qasr al-Aini Hospital pending his trial in the so-called “International Networking case”.

 In its statement the group held the Ministry of Interior fully responsible for Dr. Soliman's life. It also denounced his continued detention by the Ministry of Interior which ignored the release order by the Egyptian Judiciary which had in fact ordered his release three times on the same case. The case is currently being reviewed in the exceptional court which lacks the minimum standards of a fair trial.
 The Egyptian government has continued to ignore all international demands to respect human rights and defied the recommendations of the UN Human Rights Council to immediately release all prisoners of conscience in Egypt .
 It pointed out that the detention of Dr. Soliman in this state is arbitrary according to the human rights of patients provided in international laws, conventions and customs agreed on internationally.
The group called on the government to immediately and unconditionally release Dr. Soliman and offer an official apology and to compensate him morally and financially for the period of his unjust and illegal detention.
The Supreme Emergency State Security Court, headed by Chancellor Mahmoud Samy Kamel has postponed three sessions of the International Networking case in which five prominent figures from  the Muslim Brotherhood will be tried in absentia as they are living abroad. The case was postponed to 10October 2010.
tags: MB Detainee / State Security / Ossama Soliman / MB Prisoners / Egyptian Group for Human Rights and Law / Human Rights Organizations / Egyptian Government / UN Human Rights Council / International Laws / Emergency State
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