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Activists in London protest against police torture in Egypt
Activists in London protest against police torture in Egypt
The activists will condemning Egypt 's Interior Ministry accused of covering up crimes by police and security agents
Wednesday, June 16,2010 08:05
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Political activists in London have scheduled a protest outside the Egyptian embassy in London on 23 South Street next Saturday June 19.

 

The protest has been organised in order to expose the brutal torture and violation to human rights practiced in Egypt . The activists will also protest the killing of businessman Khalid Saed, 28, who died after being violently and brutally beaten by police dressed in plain clothes.

 

The activists will engage in condemning Egypt 's Interior Ministry which has worked hard in covering its tracks in defending the murderers.

 

An invitation is open to all Egyptians in Britain to participate in the demonstration and protest and to do their part in defending human rights.

tags: Torture / State Security / Police State / Protests / Police Torture / Political Activists / Egyptian Embassy / Brutal Torture
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