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Criminal Court renews Mohamed Amer Abdel Aziz’s detention for 45 days

Publish Date : Wednesday, 1 December, 2021
Last Update : Wednesday, 21 February, 2024
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20 February 2024

The Cairo Criminal Court (First Circuit Terrorism) renewed Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz’s detention for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Abdel Aziz was arrested on October 15, 2021, he was subjected to enforced disappearance for 45 days in an unknown location. The national security investigation report stated that Amer had participated in a media movement attributed to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group, the same investigation that a warrant for his arrest and summons was issued. Abdel Aziz faces accusations of joining a terrorist group.

8 January 2024

The Criminal Court (Second Circuit) renewed Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz’s detention for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Abdel Aziz was arrested on October 15, 2021, he was subjected to enforced disappearance for 45 days in an unknown location. The national security investigation report stated that Amer had participated in a media movement attributed to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group, the same investigation that a warrant for his arrest and summons was issued. Abdel Aziz faces accusations of joining a terrorist group.

29 November 2023 

The Criminal Court (Third Circuit) renewed Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz’s detention for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Abdel Aziz was arrested on October 15, 2021, he was subjected to enforced disappearance for 45 days in an unknown location. The national security investigation report stated that Amer had participated in a media movement attributed to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group, the same investigation that a warrant for his arrest and summons was issued. Abdel Aziz faces accusations of joining a terrorist group.

15 October 2023 

The Criminal Court (Second Circuit) renewed Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz’s detention for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Abdel Aziz was arrested on October 15, 2021, he was subjected to enforced disappearance for 45 days in an unknown location. The national security investigation report stated that Amer had participated in a media movement attributed to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group, the same investigation that a warrant for his arrest and summons was issued. Abdel Aziz faces accusations of joining a terrorist group.


2 September 2023 

Cairo Criminal Court (First Circuit) decided to renew Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz’s detention for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Security forces arrested Abdel Aziz on October 15, 2021, from his house; he forcibly disappeared for a month and a half. He later appeared before the Prosecution against charges of joining a terrorist group.


22 July 2023 

On July 22, Cairo Criminal Court (Third Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz for 45 days, pending investigations of case No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Security forces arrested Abdel Aziz in October 15, 2021, from his house; he was forciably disappeared for a month and a half before being brought before the investigation authorities against charges of joining a terrorist group.

11 June 2023 

On June 11, the Criminal Court (Third Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz for 45 days, pending investigations of case No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution). 

Security forces arrested Abdel Aziz from his house on October 15, 2021. Against an arrest warrant issued by National Security. He faces accusations of joining a terrorist group. 

28 March 2023 

On March 28, the Criminal Court (Third Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel Aziz for 45 days, pending investigations of case No. 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution). 

Security forces arrested Abdel Aziz from his house on October 15, 2021. Against an arrest warrant issued by the National Security. He faces accusations of joining a terrorist group. 

30 November 2021 “Supreme State Security Prosecution orders to detain Mohamed Amer for 15 days” 

Yesterday, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to detain Mohamed Mahmoud Amer Abdel-Aziz for 15 days in connection with Case No, 1984 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Amer was arrested on October 15. He was subjected to enforced disappearance for 45 days in a location unknown to his family till the day before yesterday when he was brought before the Supreme State Security Prosecution that decided to adjourn the session to yesterday’s to investigate him in the mentioned case on a charge of joining a terrorist group.

The national security investigation report stated that Amer had participated in a media movement attributed to the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group, the same investigation that a warrant for his arrest and summons was issued.

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