Alaa Abdel Fattah
Egypt’s Public Prosecution said in statement, Thursday that Alaa Abdel Fattah who is following a “restricted daily calories” diet –which is a partial hunger strike-, is consuming enough calories to maintain his health, and that all of his vital signs’ examinations have resulted within the normal limits
In an interview with Ala Masoliety TV program on Sada El-Balad, Shoukry said Egypt has issued the required responses with regard to Abdel Fattah to reiterate the credibility of the Egyptian judiciary.
Abul Komsan, who was attending a panel held by Alaa’s sister Sanaa Seif at the COP27 Blue Zone headquarters in Sharm El-Sheikh, was trying to ask a question about Alaa’s “incitement” but she was not allowed to complete her question. So, Abul Komsan decided to take to Facebook to clarify her situation regarding the question in a short video, under the title “Why did Sanaa Attack Me?”
Democratic Generation Party denied in a statement Tuesday, the British demands of releasing ‘criminally-convict Alaa Abdel Fattah’, who is in jail based on a judicial ruling.
Egyptian MP Amr Darwish was demanded out from a press conference for Sanaa Abdel Fattah in Sharm El sheikh, Tuesday after commenting on her speech regarding her brother’s Alaa Abdel Fattah situation.
Egypt’s Public Prosecution said, Thursday that the investigations it conducted regarding the imprisoned activist Alaa Abdel Fattah confirmed that he was no subjected to any kind of physical torture, and that his body doesn’t has any marks of any kind that indicates otherwise.
In a statement, the ministry said it approved the request of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) to move Abdel Fattah to Wadi Al-Natroun Correctional and Rehabilitation Center.
The source added that the inmate, who is a Egyptian-UK citizen, also gets food from the center's canteen.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry voiced rejection of recent remarks by the German government regarding an upcoming trial of a number of defendants before the Egyptian judiciary.
The decision also includes famous political activist Alaa Abdel Fattah and Al-Hassan, the son of outlawed Muslim Brotherhood leader Khairat El-Shater.
Egyptian activist and blogger Alaa Abdel Fattah was released from prison early Friday after serving a five-year sentence for inciting and taking part in protests.