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Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Ahmed Oraby’s detention for 15 days

Publish Date : Tuesday, 22 November, 2022
Last Update : Tuesday, 29 November, 2022
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28 November 2022

On November 28, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Ahmed Abdel Mageed Oraby for 15 days in connection with case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

It’s noteworthy that Oraby lost one of his eyes on the clashes of Mohamed Mahmoud street; he was also detained for a year and a half in the case known in the media as Al-Ittihadiya Palace events. This time Oraby was arrested on November 6th; after publishing several posts on Facebook with his opinions regarding several economic and political decisions.

Oraby faces charges of joining a terrorist group with knowledge of its aims, committing the crime of financing terrorism, inciting to commit a terrorist crime, participating in the criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime, spreading false news and information, and using an account on the Internet to commit a terrorist crime. 

 

21 November 2022 “Supreme State Security Prosecution detains Ahmed Abdel Maged Oraby for 15 days” 

On November 21, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to detain Ahmed Abdel Maged Oraby for 15 days, in connection with case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested November 6, during the interrogation session, the Supreme State Security Prosecution confronted him with 15 posts on his personal Facebook account, Oraby confirmed his ownership of the publishing account and writing these posts due to the hard living conditions. The investigation authorities charged Oraby with joining a terrorist group with knowledge of its aims, committing the crime of financing terrorism, inciting to commit a terrorist crime, participating in criminal agreement to committ a terrorist crime, spreading false news and statements and using an account on Internet to committ a terrorist crime.