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For the fifth time; Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Tv presenter Hala Fahmy’s detention for 15 days for sharing videos on Facebook

Publish Date : Thursday, 28 April, 2022
Last Update : Thursday, 16 June, 2022
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15 June 2022

Yesterday, The Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of former Tv presenter at the National Media Authority Hala Fahmy, for 15 days, in connection with Case No. 441 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

The prosecution resumed its investigations with Fahmy in a separate session, and confronted her with Information technology management’s report regarding her Facebook account.

Fahmy faces charges of joining a terrorist group, incitement to commit a terrorist crime, and spreading false news domestically and abroad, against the backdrop of sharing videos on her Facebook profile.

6 June 2022 For the fourth time; Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Tv presenter Hala Fahmy’s detention for 15 days for sharing videos on Facebook

Yesterday, The Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of former Tv presenter at the National Media Authority Hala Fahmy, for 15 days, in connection with Case No. 441 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Fahmy faces charges of joining a terrorist group, incitement to commit a terrorist crime, and spreading false news domestically and abroad, against the backdrop of sharing videos on her Facebook profile.

23 May 2022  Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Tv presenter Hala Fahmy’s

detention for 15 days

On Monday, May 23, The Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Tv presenter Hala Fahmy, for 15 days, in connection with lawsuit No. 441 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

The prosecution resumed its investigations with Fahmy in a separate session, and confronted her with a video of the evidences against her, which is one of the videos Fahmy shared on her Facebook profile before her arrest.

Fahmy previously worked as a broadcaster at the National Media Authority until last February and presented several programs aired on Egyptian television. Fahmy faces charges of joining a terrorist group, incitement to commit a terrorist crime, and spreading false news domestically and abroad.

11 May 2022 “Supreme State Security Prosecution resumes investigations with Tv presenter Hala Fahmy”

Yesterday, the Supreme State Security Prosecution resumed another investigation session with Tv presenter Hala Fahmy, in connection with lawsuit No. 441 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

The prosecution confronted Fahmy with a video of the evidences against her, which is one of the videos Fahmy shared on her Facebook profile before her arrest, the prosecution decided to resume the investigations in a later session

Fahmy faces charges of joining a terrorist group, incitement to commit a terrorist crime, and spreading false news domestically and abroad.

9 May 2022 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews TV Presenter Hala Fahmy’s detention for 15 days”

Yesterday, The Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of TV presenter Hala Fahmy for 15 days, in connection with lawsuit No. 441 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

After renewing Fahmy’s detention, The Supreme State Security Prosecution resumed its investigations in a separate session with Fahmy regarding the posts she shared on her Facebook profile. Fahmy faces charges of joining a terrorist group, incitement to commit a terrorist crime, and spreading false news domestically and abroad.

27 April 2022

Yesterday, The Supreme State Security Prosecution resumed its investigations with broadcaster Hala Fahmy, in connection with lawsuit No. 441 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Fahmy previously worked as a broadcaster at the National Media Authority until last February and presented several programs aired on Egyptian television. Fahmy faces charges of joining a terrorist group, incitement to commit a terrorist crime, and spreading false news domestically and abroad.

The prosecution investigated Fahmy for the first time on April 24, without her lawyers, and decided to detain her for 15 days pending investigation.

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