Latest in Tag: Soltan
Nationality for freedom: Mohamed Soltan released
The 27-year-old son of prominent Muslim Brotherhood member Salah Soltan left to the US after surrendering Egyptian nationality
Aya Nader
May 30, 2015
Egypt condemns Turkey’s ‘unacceptable interference’ in judicial affairs
“Operation Room” sentences “will not contribute to lasting social peace and stability”, says Turkish Foreign Ministry
Mahmoud Mostafa
April 13, 2015
US encourages Egypt to ‘redress’ Soltan’s life imprisonment
US government deeply disappointed by Egyptian court’s decision, says State Department
Mahmoud Mostafa
April 12, 2015
The life and imprisonment of ‘terrorist’ Mohamed Soltan
With Ministry of Interior officials treating him “like they were God” and negligence from the US government, Soltan has been on hunger strike for over 420 days
Aya Nader
April 8, 2015
‘Operations Room’ death sentences a political verdict: Defence lawyer
Regime terrorising citizens with unjustified sentences after 14 defendants were handed death sentence, Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson says
Aya Nader
March 17, 2015
Mohamed Soltan’s health conditions deteriorate
Activist has been on hunger strike for 360 days to protest his detention
Nourhan Fahmy
January 21, 2015
‘Operations Room’ detainee sentenced to 3 years imprisonment
Trial postponed to 11 January, while Mohamed Soltan completes 344 days on hunger strike
Aya Nader
January 5, 2015
Salah Soltan requests punishment in place of dying son
Muslim Brotherhood leader’s wife diagnosed with cancer, court postpones Operations Room trial
Aya Nader
December 13, 2014
Latest mass death sentence ‘blatantly unjust’: HRW
188 death sentences referred to Grand Mufti for consideration by controversial judge
Daily News Egypt
December 3, 2014
Rabaa ‘operations room’ trial adjourned
Activist Mohamed Soltan’s hunger strike continues
Menan Khater
December 1, 2014
Obama requests Soltan’s release on health grounds
Prison medical report states “Soltan faking hunger strike”, court refuses intervention
Aya Nader
October 22, 2014
Hunger striking activist’s trial postponed
Mohamed Soltan to remain in detention until 11 October
Jihad Abaza
September 23, 2014
Hunger-striking journalist released
Al Jazeera journalist AbdallahElshamy, 13 others released due to failing health
Aaron T. Rose
June 17, 2014
Egyptian Foreign Affairs: One Year in Power
Morsi’s tangled foreign affairs, One year into the president’s tenure, he is faced with a myriad of challenges, including the Ethiopian dam and the Syrian crisis
Joel Gulhane
June 29, 2013
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