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Renewing the Detention of “Belal Abdel-Razek” and “Mohamed Soliman El-Masrey” for 45 Days Pending Investigations

14 June 2021

The Council Chamber of the Criminal Court, had decided at Monday’s session, June 14, 2021, to renew the detention of both “Belal Abdel Razek” and “Mohamed Gaber Soliman El-Masry” for 45 days, pending investigations of case No. 488 of 2019 Supreme State Security.

The prosecution charged them with joining a terrorist group and promoting its aims, spreading false news, misusing social media to achieve that goal.

Notably, both the defendants were arrested in 2019 and they were held in pretrial detention until now.

6 June  2021

The council chamber of the criminal court, had decided at yesterday’s session, June 6, 2021, held at the Institute of Police Secretaries in Tura, to renew the detention of both “Belal Abdel Razek” and “Mohamed Gaber Soliman El-Masry” for 45 days, pending investigations of case No. 488 of 2019 Supreme State Security.

The prosecution charged them with joining a terrorist group and promoting its aims, spreading false news, misusing social media to achieve that goal.

Notably, both the defendants were arrested in 2019 and they were held in pretrial detention until now.

29 March 2021

The council chamber of the criminal court, held in the police institute, has decided at its meeting on Monday 29 March 2021, to renew the detention of both “Belal Abdel Razek” and “Mohamed Gaber Soliman El-Masry” for 45 days, in Case No. 488 of 2019 Supreme State Security.

The prosecution charged them with: joining a terrorist group and promoting its aims, spreading false news, misusing social media to achieve these goals.

Notably, both Belal and Mohamed had been detained since 2019.

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