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Criminal Court renews a contractor’s detention for 45 days

Publish Date : Tuesday, 17 October, 2023
Last Update : Wednesday, 21 February, 2024
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20 February 2024

The Criminal Court (First Circuit Terrorism) renewed the detention of the contractor, Abdel Rahaman Alwany, for 45 days pending lawsuit No. 1635 of 2022 (Supreme State Security Prosecution), in which Alawny is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information, and using social media to commit a crime. 

Security forces arrested Alwany from his house on the 1st of November 2022, and was illegally detained for a week before being brought before the prosecution.

8 January 2024

The Criminal Court (Third Circuit) renewed the detention of the contractor, Abdel Rahaman Alwany, for 45 days pending lawsuit No. 1635 of 2022 (Supreme State Security Prosecution), in which Alawny is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information, and using social media to commit a crime. Security forces arrested Alwany from his house on the 1st of November 2022, and was illegally detained for a week before being brought before the prosecution.

26 November 2023 

The Criminal Court (Third Circuit) renewed the detention of the contractor, Abdel Rahaman Alwany, for 45 days pending lawsuit No. 1635 of 2022 (Supreme State Security Prosecution), in which Alawny is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information, and using social media to commit a crime. Security forces arrested Alwany from his house on the 1st of November 2022, and was illegally detained for a week before being brought before the prosecution.

15 October 2023 

The Criminal Court (Second Circuit) renewed the detention of the contractor, Abdel Rahaman Alwany, for 45 days pending lawsuit No. 1635 of 2022 (Supreme State Security Prosecution), in which Alawny is accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and information, and using social media to commit a crime. Security forces arrested Alwany from his house on the 1st of November 2022, and was illegally detained for a week before being brought before the prosecution.

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