Egyption Policeman Referred to Military Court

Policeman Referred to Military Court Over Refusing to Guard Israeli Embassy in Cairo
An Egyptian policeman has been referred to a military court because he refused to guard the Israeli embassy in Cairo .
Major general Adel Al Helali, a senior aid of the Interior Minister and Giza security manager, ordered policeman Mohamed Khalaf Hassan Ibrahim who is serving in the force guarding the Israeli embassy in Anas Bin Malek st. in Giza to appear before a military prosecution to investigate with him over the incident of a sit-in and hunger strike that he staged in protest at transferring him from Bab Sharq police station, Alexandria, to Giza security department, in the force entrusted with guarding the building of the Israeli embassy .
The policeman filed several complaints to the presidency, calling for returning him back to his work in Alexandria because he refuses to guard the headquarters of the Israeli embassy in Cairo due to the crimes Israel is committing in the Middle East , in addition being unable to afford the expenses of traveling and living away from his family .
The military prosecution jailed him for 15 days pending trial, and was sent to Um Al-Misriyeen hospital to receive treatment and artificial feeding after he insisted on maintaining the hunger strike till his demands are met .
For his part, Mr. Sobhi Saleh, a lawyer and Member of parliament, considered this step is another indication that the Egyptian people reject the Israeli diplomatic presence in Egypt and is a normal step of protest at the Israeli terrorist practices against the Palestinian people .
Saleh confirmed that the policeman deserves greeting and respect due to his expressing his opinion through peaceful means prescribed by Egyptian laws.
Saleh added that there are other positive moves inside the Egyptian security forces and that all of them serve the wakeup that the Egyptian public opinion is witnessing in order to demand its usurped rights.

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