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April 6 Movement Threatens to Internationalize Detainees Cases
April 6 Movement Threatens to Internationalize Detainees Cases
The coordinator of April 6 youth movement Ahmed Maher threatened in statements to Ikhwanweb to "internationalize" the cases of April 6 detainees after two of the movement’s founders were arrested: Nour El Deen Hamdi and Ahmed Ashraf.
Sunday, December 14,2008 07:14
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The coordinator of April 6 youth movement Ahmed Maher threatened in statements to Ikhwanweb to "internationalize" the cases of April 6 detainees after two of the movement"s founders were arrested: Nour El Deen Hamdi and Ahmed Ashraf.

Maher said they called on all international and Egyptian rights organizations to join them in their struggle towards exposing the authoritarian practices of the Egyptian regime.

Accusations of affiliation to a banned group and the attempt to overthrow the government are the typical accusations against them, says Maher, as well as smear campaigns and harassment against them by state security police.

Maher underscored that the movement is going to start escalating campaigns to release its detainees.

Maher called for an Egyptian national coalition during this critical period, because no change is going to occur without national coalition of all political forces, he said.


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