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.
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Police surrounding 2 female participants in the silent stand protest on 9th July 2010 in Alexandria, Egypt. More than 50 police officers surrounding 2 girls. This is the Egyptian Police acting under instructions from the Egyptian government summarised in one photo. Photo speaks for itself
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 [...]
Witnesses to the death of Khaled Saeid are being intimidated by the police, alleged a lawyer and members of Saeid’s family. Mohamed Abdel-Aziz, a lawyer with the Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of the Victims of Violence says that the intimidation began 10 days ago but has intensified in the past three days. Abdel-Aziz told [...]
We must all stand up for Khaled Said and every single Egyptian who was or will be attacked. We must unite to stop the violence. Only this way we will force everyone to respect us. After a day of protests in Alexandria Egypt, sparked by anger and sadness about the recent killing of Khalid Said, [...]
18-year-old Mansoura man tortured by police, says rehab center CAIRO: The Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of the Victims of Violence and Torture reported Sunday that an 18-year-old man was tortured by police officers who threw him out of a third-floor window. The Nadeem Center says that Mohamed Salah Mahmoud Ghareeb was taken to the [...]