• March 24, 2008

Three American Human Rights Activists Will Observe Military Court Verdict’s Session Tomorrow

Three American Human Rights Activists Will Observe Military Court Verdict’s Session Tomorrow

Several American human rights activists arrived in Cairo on Monday  to express solidarity with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders on military trial. The court is scheduled to announce its final verdict on Tuesday March 25.
 
The delegation includes several US human rights figures, including Zachary Wolfe, a professor at Washington university, attorney at National Labor Relations Council in Washington and former general coordinator of the John Kennedy Centre in Washington .
 
The US delegation will also include also Dr. Marvin Morgan, a bishop at the United Methodist Church in North Carolina , Brooklyn , New York , Atlanta and Burlington from 1970 till 1996. He is currently a coordinator of religious human rights organizations in the United States.
 
Allso attending will be Clayton Ramy, a member in the peacekeeping institute and a prominent human rights activist.


The US delegation will participate in monitoring the trial’s last session scheduled tomorrow in the eastern Cairo base of Hikestepp.
 
It is worth noting that several US human rights acitvists has previously attended the defense hearing in the military case against 40 Muslim Brotherhood leaders toped by, Khairat Al-Shater, the second deputy chairman, and Dr. Mohamed Ali Beshr, a member of the group”s Executive Office. The previous US delegations included the famous human rights activist, Cindy Sheehan, dubbed the Mother of Peace, US priest Walter A Fauntry and the US media figure Tifani Burns .