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Criminal Court renews Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab’s detention for 45 days

Publish Date : Wednesday, 23 November, 2022
Last Update : Friday, 23 February, 2024
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21 February 2024

The Cairo Criminal Court (First Circuit Terrorism) renewed the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab on November 10, 2022; he appeared before the prosecution five days later to face accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

9 January 2024

Cairo Criminal Court (Second Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab on November 10, 2022; he appeared before the prosecution five days later to face accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

27 November 2023 

Cairo Criminal Court (Third Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab on November 10; he appeared before the prosecution five days later to face accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

16 October 2023 

Cairo Criminal Court (Second Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab on November 10; he appeared before the prosecution five days later to face accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.


3 September 2023 

Cairo Criminal Court (First Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab on November 10; he appeared before the prosecution five days later to face accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.


22 July 2023

On July 22, Cairo Criminal Court (Third Circuit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab on November 10 and appeared before the prosecution five days later to face accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

5 June 2023 “Criminal Court renewed the detention of Mohamed Abou El-Dahab and Ahmed Abo ElSoud Tawfiq, who have been detained for 7 months; for additional 45 days”

On June the 5th hearing, Cairo Criminal Court (First Circuit) decided to renew the pretrial detetion of the two defendants, Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab and Ahmed Abou Elsoud Tawfiq, for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab and Tawfiq on November 10, from Alexandria governorate, as a part of the security tightness campaigns against the call for demonstrations; five days later they appearead before the Supreme State Seucity Prosecution against accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and information.

2 May 2023 “Criminal Court renews Mohamed Abou El-Dahab and Ahmed Tawfiq’s detention for 45 days against calls for November 11 demonstrations” 

On the 2nd of May hearing; the Criminal Court renewed the detention of the two defendants Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab and Ahmed Abou Elsoud Tawfiq, for 45 days, pending investigations of lawsuit No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security). 

The security forces attested Abou El-Dahab, who works at a shoe factory, along with Abou ElSoud, who works at a garage, on November 10 from Alexandria; they were presented before the Supreme State Security Prosecution after five days and were accused of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

11 April 2023

On April 11, the Criminal Court (Second Cicruit) decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 45 days pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).
Abou El-Dahab works at a shoe factory and was arrested on November 10; five days later he appeared before the Prosecution pending this case which also included political activist Ziad Abo El-Fadl and Khaled Abdel Mohsen before they were released last month as a part of the presidential pardon initiative. 

Abou El-Dahab is accused of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

27 March 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab’s detention for 15 days” 

On March 27, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 15 days, pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Abou El-Dahab was arrested on November 10 and appeared before the prosecution five days later to face accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

13 March 2023

On March 13, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 15 days, pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab on November 10. He faces charges of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

1 March 2023 “Ziad Abo El-Fadl and Khaled Abdel Mohsen released under the guarantee of their place of residence” 

Today, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to release Ziad Abo El-Fadl and Khaled Abdel Mohsen, under the guarantee of their place of residence, in connection with case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security). Also, 31 other defendants were released as announced. 

Abo El-Fadl and Abdel Mohsen’s releases came after they exceeded four months in pretrial detention after their arrest took place on November 10 from a street in Alexandria governorate. They faced accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

27 February 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab’s detention for 15 days” 

On February 27, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 15 days, pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Abou Eldahab was interrogated before the prosecution five days after his arrest incident; after the interrogations, he was accused of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

23 February 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews the detention of Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud for 15 days” 

On February 23, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of the member of Bread and Freedom Party (under establishment) Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud for 15 days pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

The three defendants were arrested at close times, in conjunction with the increasing calls for the November 11 demonstrations. They were accused of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements. 

13 February 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab’s detention for 15 days” 

On February 13, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 15 days, pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Abou El-Dahab was arrested on November 10 from Alexandria; he was illegally detained till he was brought before the prosecution on November 15. Abou El-Dahab faces charges of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

9 February 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews the detention of Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud for 15 days” 

On February 9, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of the member of Bread and Freedom Party (under establishment) Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud for 15 days pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

Abo El-Fadl and Khaled Abdel Mohsen were both arrested on November 11, from a street in Alexandria governorate; they were detained in an unknown location to their families or lawyers for a while until they appeared before the Supreme State Security Prosecution as defendants in the current case. The three defendants face charges of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

31 January 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab’s detention for 15 days” 

On January 31, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 15 days, pending investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security). 

Security forces arrested Abou El-Dahab in November 10; he was illegally detained till he was brought before the prosecution on November 15, which in turn charged him with joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

24 January 2023 

On January 24, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Bread and Freedom Party member Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud for 15 days in connection with investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

The Bread and Freedom Party issued a statement after Abo El-Fadl’s detention was renewed for the third time, demanding his immediate release, dropping the charges against him, and closing the investigations with him, as Abo El-Fadl was detained for two years and a half against similar and repeated charges, as often time, the Supreme State Security Prosecution charges political opponents with the same charges without any evidence. 

The three defendants face charges of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

16 January 2023 

On January 16, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou El-Dahab for 15 days, in connection with case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security). 

Abou El-Dahab was arrested on November 10, 2022; four days later, he appeared before the prosecution against charges of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

12 January 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews the detention of Bread and Freedom Party member Ziad Abo El-Fadl and two other defendants for 15 days” 

On January 12, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Bread and Freedom Party member Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud for 15 days in connection with investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

The Bread and Freedom Party issued a statement after Abo El-Fadl’s detention was renewed for the third time, demanding his immediate release, dropping the charges against him, and closing the investigations with him, as Abo El-Fadl was detained for two years and a half against similar and repeated charges, as often time, the Supreme State Security Prosecution charges political opponents with the same charges without any evidence. 

The three defendants face charges of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

3 January 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews the detention of Ziad Abo El-fadl and 3 other defendants for 15 days” 

On January 3. The Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Bread and Freedom Party member Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou Eldahab, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud Tawfiq for 15 days in connection with investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security).

The Bread and Freedom Party stated the incident of arresting Abo El-Fadl and his friend Abdel Mohsen during the security clampdown period that accompanied the calls for November 11 demonstrations; the statement also mentioned how they couldn’t reach any information about them before they were brought before the Supreme State Security Prosecution. The four are charged with joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements.

6 December 2022

On December 6, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou Eldahab, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud Tawfiq for 15 days in connection with investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security). 

Security forces arrested the four defendants at close times in November. The four are charged with joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements. 

22 November 2022 

On November 22, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Ziad Abo El-Fadl, Khaled Abdel Mohsen, Mohamed Abdel Aal Abou Eldahab, and Ahmed Abou Elsoud Tawfiq for 15 days in connection with investigations of case No. 2094 of 2022 (Supreme State Security). 

Security forces arrested Abo El-Fadl on November 11,  three days later; he appeared before the Supreme State Security Prosecution, while both Abou Eldahab and Tawfiq were arrested on November 10 and appeared before the Prosecution for the first time on November 15. The four of them face charges of joining a terrorist group, committing the crime of financing terrorism, using social media to promote a terrorist act, participating in a criminal agreement to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), inciting to commit a terrorist crime (demonstrations), and spreading false news and statements. 

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