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Criminal Court renews the detention of two Zamalek football club fans accused of joining Al-Ahly football club ultras for 45 days

Publish Date : Wednesday, 16 August, 2023
Last Update : Sunday, 4 February, 2024
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January 30, 2024

The Criminal Court (Third Circuit) renewed the detention of Amir Sayed Mohamed and Reyad Mohamed Abdel Rahaman for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 744 of 2023 (Supreme State Security).

Although Amir and Reyad are Zamalek football club fans, the prosecution accused them of joining a terrorist group, Ultras Ahlawy, and spreading false news and information that would harm public security and order.

Security forces arrested Amir and Reyad on May 3 from the DownTown district in Cairo, and security forces detained them without legal basis and in an unknown location for eight days before presenting them before the prosecution.

8 November 2023

The Criminal Court (First Circuit) renewed the detention of Amir Sayed Mohamed and Reyad Mohamed Abdel Rahaman for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 744 of 2023 (Supreme State Security).

Although Amir and Reyad are Zamalek football club fans, the prosecution accused them of joining a terrorist group, Ultras Ahlawy, and spreading false news and information that would harm public security and order.

Security forces arrested Amir and Reyad on May 3 from the DownTown district in Cairo, and security forces detained them without legal basis and in an unknown location for eight days before presenting them before the prosecution.

1 October 2023

The Supreme State Security Prosecution renewed the detention of Amir Sayed Mohamed and Reyad Mohamed Abdel Rahaman for 15 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 744 of 2023 (Supreme State Security).

Although Amir and Reyad are Zamalek football club fans, the prosecution accused them of joining a terrorist group, Ultras Ahlawy, and spreading false news and information that would harm public security and order.

Security forces arrested Amir and Reyad on May 3 from the DownTown district in Cairo, and security forces detained them without legal basis and in an unknown location for eight days before presenting them before the prosecution.

11 September 2023

The Supreme State Security Prosecution renewed the detention of Amir Sayed Mohamed and Reyad Mohamed Abdel Rahaman for 15 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 744 of 2023 (Supreme State Security).

Although Amir and Reyad are Zamalek football club fans, the prosecution accused them of joining a terrorist group, Ultras Ahlawy, and spreading false news and information that would harm public security and order.

Security forces arrested Amir and Reyad on May 3 from the DownTown district in Cairo, and security forces detained them without legal basis and in an unknown location for eight days before presenting them before the prosecution.


Supreme State Security Prosecution renewed the detention of two Zamalek football club fans for 15 days

28 August 2023

On August 28, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of two Zamalek football club fans, Amir Sayed Mohamed and Reyad Mohamed Abdel Rahaman, for 15 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 744 of 2023 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Amir and Reyad on May 3 from DownTown Cairo; they were illegally detained in an unknown location for eight days till they appeared before the investigations authorities, which accused them of joining a terrorist group (Ultras Ahlawy), and spreading false news and information that would harm public security and public order.

14 August 2023

On August 14, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of two Zamalek football club fans, Amir Sayed Mohamed and Reyad Mohamed Abdel Rahaman, for 15 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 744 of 2023 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Amir and Reyad on May 3 from DownTown Cairo; they were illegally detained in an unknown location for eight days till they appeared before the investigations authorities, which accused them of joining a terrorist group (Ultras Ahlawy), and spreading false news and information that would harm public security and public order.

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