Protest imprisonment of 100+ Egyptian free speech activists!

BERLIN, Germany

"Pro-democracy demonstrators have been locked up and reformist judges face dismissal for criticising the Egyptian regime over its grip on power," writes The Guardian on May 8. Sign the petitions for the immediate release of Alaa and the rest of the group that was kidnapped yesterday - and who'll be detained for 15 days - on this blog.

"Pro-democracy demonstrators have been locked up and reformist judges face dismissal for criticising the Egyptian regime over its grip on power," writes The Guardian on May 8.


Sign the petitions for the immediate release of Alaa and the rest of the group
that was kidnapped yesterday - and who'll be detained for 15 days - on this blog.

"The detainees didn't go directly to the prison as we thought, but spent the night at the Khalifa's police station and are supposed to be transferred to the prisons now. The 3 women will go to El Qanater prison, as Tora prison where the rest of the 40 detainees are held has no section for women, and the men are supposed to join the rest and go to Tora prison, but some think that they will also taken to El Qanater prison (which has sections for both men and women)," blogs Manaal on Manal and Alaa's bit bucket blog.

A very useful link is: Free Alaa.


Urgent action is needed
.

If you are an egyptian leaving outside Egypt, u can write a similar letter to http://salomatakmatak.blogspot.com/2006/05/solidarity-from-egyptians-in-..., written by egyptians living in the United States.

If you are an egyptian and living in the states and want to add your signature to the http://salomatakmatak.blogspot.com/2006/05/solidarity-from-egyptians-in-... , please send your names and affiliations directly to (shehabfakhry@yahoo.com) as he needs to keep track of people signing, since he is sending the final statement.

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