We are all Khaled Said

Against torture in Egypt and inhuman treatment of Egyptians in their own country

Entries Tagged ‘Brutality’

Video from in front of Khaled Said’s home during the last silent stand on 20 August (10 Ramadhan)

Egyptians are standing up for their rights. Brave Egyptians both men and women are standing up to gain their rights, to stop torture in Egypt and end the 30 years running emergency law that gave impunity to Egyptian Police officers who commit torture crimes. Systematic Egyptian Police brutality will have to end soon.

Video of Egyptian Police vehicle attacking and trying to run over voters in the 2005 elections in Egypt – A must watch video.

From the CNN website:  This a must watch video.  This video sums up our struggle and what we Egyptians face on daily basis. We urge the world media to broadcast this video to expose Police brutality in Egypt. Can you help us reach out and get this video to the world media organizations please? The [...]

3rd Silent Stand Friday 9 July 2010

After the success of the two previous ones, a 3rd silent stand will be held across all Egyptian cities and towns covering all 26 governorates on Friday 9th July 6:30 pm Cairo local time. It will be a silent stand in protest of Khalid’s killing, the authorities refusal to arrest and try the attackers and [...]

Flash Mob in Egypt: Protesters find a way around Emergency Law

A Flash Mob was organized in Egypt last week by the Facebook fan page, We are Khalid Said. The page was formed in memory of Khaled Said who was brutally tortured and killed by Alexandria police on June 6th. According to AP, he was killed “after he posted a video on the Internet of officers [...]