We are all Khaled Said

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

Entries Tagged ‘Protest’

Demands for Egyptians Friday 9 September 2011 protest

The demands for Friday 9 September protest are: * Permanent End of military trials of civilians * A clear timeline with exact dates of when the military council will hand over power to an ELECTED CIVIL authority (the initially promised 6 months have now finished). * Cancelling the new law issued by military council that [...]

Khaled Vendetta – Let’s meet on Friday 23rd July.

Khaled Vendetta .. A new video to encourage Egyptians and human rights activists worldwide to join in with the free Egyptian youth who will stand in silent, dressed in black on the 23/07 at 6:30 pm Cairo local time. The stand is to mark the anniversary of the 1952 Egyptian Army revolution against the King of [...]

Success of Third Silent Stand Friday 9 July

The third silent stand by Egyptians has proved to be a success after hundreds of Egyptians all over Egypt and worldwide has stood in a symbolic stand in sadness and dressed in black. According to Reuters report the online campaign to stage a silent protest by Egytians has drawn hundreds of participants. The demonstration was organized [...]

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 [...]

The Guardian: Criminal injustice in Egypt

The “before” and “after” shots looked like the makeover from hell. Before, we have a clean-cut young man who appears to be rather reserved and perhaps even somewhat shy. After, his once-youthful and pleasant face looks up with dead eyes, disfigured beyond recognition. It looks like it has caved in on itself, particularly around the [...]