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Criminal Court renews Sherif Ebrahim’s detention for 45 days over video insulting the Ministry of Interior

Publish Date : Thursday, 14 September, 2023
Last Update : Tuesday, 25 June, 2024
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24 June 2024

The Criminal Court (Second Criminal and Terrorism Circuit) renewed the detention of the enlisted man, Sherif Ahmed Ebrahim, for 45 days pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2064 of 2023 (State Security) in which Ebrahim is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information and using an internet account to commit a crime.

On August 31, the 22-year-old Ebrahim was arrested after he helped a police chief shoot and publish a video on TikTok insulting the Ministry of Interior. The police chief was also arrested and held in custody in the same lawsuit.

8 May 2024 

The Criminal Court (First Criminal and Terrorism Circuit) decided to renew the detention of the enlisted man, Sherif Ahmed Ebrahim, for 45 days pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2064 of 2023 (State Security) in which Ebrahim is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information and using an internet account to commit a crime.

On August 31, the 22-year-old Ebrahim was arrested after he helped a police chief shoot and publish a video on TikTok insulting the Ministry of Interior. The police chief was also arrested and held in custody in the same lawsuit.

 

10 February 2024

The Criminal Court (First Criminal and Terrorism Circuit) renewed the detention of the enlisted man, Sherif Ahmed Ebrahim, for 45 days pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2064 of 2023 (State Security) in which Ebrahim is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information and using an internet account to commit a crime.

The 22-year-old Ebrahim was arrested on August 31 after he helped a police chief to shoot and publish a video on TikTok insulting the Ministry of Interior. The police chief was also arrested and held in custody in the same lawsuit.

3 January 2024: Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Sherif Ebrahim’s detention for 15 days over video insulting the Ministry of Interior

The Supreme State Security Prosecution renewed the detention of the enlisted man, Sherif Ahmed Ebrahim, for 15 days pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2064 of 2023 (State Security) in which Ebrahim is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information and using an internet account to commit a crime.

The 22-year-old Ebrahim was arrested on August 31 after he helped a police chief to shoot and publish a video on TikTok insulting the Ministry of Interior. The police chief was also arrested and held in custody in the same lawsuit.

13 September 2023 

The Supreme State Security Prosecution renewed the detention of the enlisted man, Sherif Ahmed Ebrahim, for 15 days pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2064 of 2023 (State Security) in which Ebrahim is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information and using an internet account to commit a crime.

The 22-year-old Ebrahim was arrested on August 31 after he helped a police chief to shoot and publish a video on TikTok insulting the Ministry of Interior. The police chief was also arrested and held in custody in the same lawsuit.

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