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Sawaseya: Military tribunals deny Egypt the services of its prominent sons.
Sawaseya: Military tribunals deny Egypt the services of its prominent sons.
In a statement of which "Ikhwanweb" was given a copy, The Sawaseya Centre for human rights condemned the irrational verdict issued by the appeals court in Cairo where the judiciary overruled the appeal filed by the members of the Muslim Brotherhood members including Eng. Khayrat el-Shater were unjustly served harsh sentences by the military tribunal.
Wednesday, November 18,2009 10:06
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In a statement of which "Ikhwanweb" was given a copy, The Sawaseya Centre for human rights condemned the irrational verdict issued by the appeals court in Cairo where the judiciary overruled the appeal filed by the members of the Muslim Brotherhood members including Eng. Khayrat el-Shater were unjustly served harsh sentences by the military tribunal.

 

The statement emphasized that the ruling regime was revealing great injustice both to the detainees and their families on a personal level and the nation on a general level. "The detainees are honorable citizens who hold distinguished positions and their continued unjust detention proves that the ruling regime fails to demonstrate good will and intentions and through this, Egypt is denied the services of these honorable men".

 

The regimes immature insight proves that they are ruled by a stronger force allied with the US and Israel. History has proven that the Arab and Muslim countries resources are wanted by these allies and the all too apparent animosity and intentions to occupy these areas is all too evident in countries such as Afghanistan, Somalia, Iran and Yemen.

 

For reform and progress to see light it is imperative that all opposing political trends and movements unite in the face of the aggression and violation of freedom practiced by the ruling regime as the continued practice will only result in the downfall first of the ruling party then of the innocent victim which is Egypt.

tags: Military Courts / Shater / Sawseya / Sawaseya / Military Tribunals / Khairat Al Shater / National Democratic Party / NDP / Human Rights in Egypt
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