Apparently, this country decided to show us more and more of its ugly faces. I am writing this post in solidarity with the fierce fighter Mahinour ElMasry. Mahinour is sentenced to jail for 2 years for peaceful protesting. Mahinour is one of the first victims of the notorious protesting law, with hinders the right of assembly and many other rights. The regime understood that the masses in the streets are the makers of change. They are trying to cartel them again, to imprison them with a wicked notion of “persevering the stability and peace of the society”. Those in power forget that the main reason for unrest is INJUSTICE, DESPOTISM, TYRANNY, and POVERTY.
Mahinour was protesting peacefully, in front the court, defending Egyptians’ rights to be safe from torture and the right to bodily integrity. She was protesting on the day of the trial of our revolution icon, Khaled Said.
Khalid died by savages from the so called police. His death was the fuel of #Jan25 and ironically enough his murderers are getting exempts over and over again, and Mahinour is the one to be in jail. What kind of tragedy are we living in?
I call upon all the believers of justice in the world to show their support to Mahinour and her fellow detainees.
Mahinour struggled on many fronts, for the prosperity and peace of this country.
I have been once privileged to be near this heroine when she hosted us in her project in her hometown, Alexandria, to talk about Nubian affairs in Egypt.
DETAINING PROTESTERS IS SHAME ON EGYPT
FREE MAHINOUR AND HER FELLOWS
FREEDOM FOR ALL DETAINEES
FIGHT TO PASS A RESOLUTION TO DEFEND WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS .…. DEFEND MAHINOUR AS A CASE