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General elSisi is using Egyptian Court as an Oppressive Tool…, Summary execution and Imprisonment

 

the Founder and Director of GoodCast.net, Dr. Ahmed Ghanim, The Egyptian Military court verdict sentencing of hundreds political prisoners to prison, also we talked about latest leakes in Egypt showing the relationship between military intelligence and Media and celebrities in Egypt

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My introduction to film clash has #LetMyNephewGo Message to general elSisi

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Egyptian Held Prisoner, No Charge Since Morsi Overthrown, World View With Denis Campbell

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My Video Message to General Sisi… Let My Nephew Go

Dear Ambassador Mohamed M. Tawfik, (General Sisi)
I am writing as an Egyptian national who has lived in the United States for 35 years and who still feels a close connection to his native country. I am writing on behalf of my brother and his family, whose son, Hassan, was arrested during the recent crackdown in August.
My nephew, Hassan, is a sweet 19-year-old boy, who all his life he has been working hard to build his future. Hassan, like all teens, loves music, reading and camping. From my last visit in 2011, I remember Hassan as a gentle, kind, young boy, a hard worker and lovely kid. He has never been affiliated with any political or religious organization.
In August, Hassan found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time when he was arrested among the thousands who were lucky enough not to get killed the day of the crackdown on El Nahda sit-in protest. For weeks, his family didn’t know anything about Hassan. They finally found him in Wady El Natroon detention center in Eastern Cairo.
To date, he hasn’t been charged with anything or had his day in court. Additionally, his family has to go through great hardship every time they are allowed to visit him.
Here, I’m asking for your help to intercede in the case of my nephew and to help win his release as well as all political prisoners held with no charge. Many of these are young men, like Hassan, who need to back to their university studies and be reunited with their families.
Hassan is not a threat to the national security of Egypt, but, rather, he and his fellow prisoners are the future of Egypt.
I greatly appreciate your attention to this matter and anything you can do to intercede on behalf on my nephew.
Sincerely yours,

PLEAE sign my petition to Egyptian authority to release Hassan and all political prisoners..
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/let-my-nephew-go

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