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Muslim Brotherhood: Military Junta Jails and Kills Egypt Future Generation
Muslim Brotherhood: Military Junta Jails and Kills Egypt Future Generation
Today, two of Egypt’s brightest teenagers were killed in cold blood by coup security forces dispersing peaceful anti-coup protests: Abdel-Rahman Mosadeq, 16 year old student, was killed by a bullet to the neck in Alexandria; and Mohamed, 13 year old student, was killed by a bullet in his face in Cairo.
Sunday, March 2,2014 05:26

Not content with killing the future generation of Egypt, earlier this week, the military junta’s kangaroo courts sentenced 221 detainees from Alexandria’s heroic revolutionaries to a total of 945 years in prison and total fines amounting to half a million Egyptian pounds. The charges against them were risible, and they were convicted without any credible evidence. Their only crime was that they demanded freedom and dignity for their homeland.

Ahmed Al-Gomri, member of the detainees defense committee in Alexandria, said: “We have passed the stage where verdicts are politicized; we've entered a new era where verdicts are vengeful. Judges and the prosecutors do not practice the simplest rules of professionalism when looking at protest-related cases; no serious investigation is carried out; and no assessment of the evidence is presented by their lawyers. Instead, they rely on the notorious State Security apparatus as the only source of evidence".

Along with the detainees defense committee in Alexandria, the Muslim Brotherhood demands the immediate release of all political prisoners. We call for an end to these mock trials and demand justice for all Egyptian civilians who are fighting for freedom, social justice and human dignity.
tags: Coup / Peaceful Protests / Anti-Coup / Alexandria / Military Coup / Military Junta
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