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

Entries Tagged ‘Police Brutality’

Fares Barakat was thrown out of a balcony by Egypt’s savage national security forces “Amn Al Dawla”

Fares Barakat is a simple Egyptian who went to a friend’s party to celebrate his friend’s newly born baby (Aqeeqa gathering). Fares’s friend is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood group and the savage national security forces (a special police force) decided to pay his friend a visit to his house during this party. Fares asked for a search [...]

Video: Too Scared to Say it loudly with English Subtitles

A must watch!   Too Scared to say it loudly video with English subtitles. After spending considerable time, I have finally managed to get this video/song translated to English and translation added as caption and subtitles to the video. Please spread it everywhere and post to friends.

Striking video showing Egyptian Policeman attacking demonstrators with a large Wooden bat

This striking video shows an Egyptian Police officer hitting peaceful demonstrators so fiercely with a big wooden stick as if they are solid objects not human beings. The officer did that in front of tens of people, but he was never questioned (let alone tried in court) about his brutal physical offence. One of the [...]

Egyptian Police beating up a peaceful protester – Egypt’s emergency law in action

 This image is not from Palestine. This image is from Egypt. What on earth can anyone do to deserve this treatment? Even if he was a serial killer he doesn’t deserve that treatment let alone a law abiding citizen participating in a peaceful demonstration like in this case.  

New York Times: Death in Police Encounter Stirs Calls for Change in Egypt

Today’s coverage in the New York Times on Khaled Said’s death and the movement for change that resulted from it. Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/19/world/middleeast/19abuse.html?_r=2&ref=world ALEXANDRIA, Egypt — The two undercover police officers seemed unfazed by the bystanders, who watched as the officers beat a 28-year-old man in the lobby of a building here last month, one witness [...]