After 167 days of enforced disappearance … Ibrahim Ezz El-Din appeared in the State Security Prosecution in Case 488.

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He appeared, after more than 167 days of enforced disappearance, the researcher at the Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms Ibrahim Ezz El-Din, in front of the Supreme State Security Prosecution.

Ibrahim Ezz El-Din disappeared after his arrest on the evening of June 11, and since then his whereabouts or any communication between him and his family or his lawyer have not been established.

During this period, the Egyptian lawyers for the Egyptians, on behalf of his family, submitted several communications and telegrams to demand the disclosure of Ezz El-Din’s place of detention.

Meanwhile, the Prosecutor charged Ibrahim Ezz El-Din with spreading false news and participating with a terrorist group, knowing its aims, with the aim of harming the country’s security.

Ibrahim appeared to have signs of extreme fatigue, and informed the prosecution during the investigations of the torture and violations he was subjected to throughout the period of the disappearance.

It is noteworthy that state security case No. 488 of 2019, included a number of politicians and jurists, including Dr. Hassan Nafia, Dr. Hazem Hosni, activist Esraa Abdel Fattah, lawyer Amr Imam, journalist writer Khaled Dawood and human rights lawyer Mahinour Al-Masry.



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