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The decision to imprison an Egyptian fan raised the flag of Palestine

2019-11-26T19:08:40.136Z

Egypt's Supreme State Security Prosecutor has decided to imprison Ezz Mounir Khedr, who raised the Palestinian flag at the Cairo Stadium during the match between Egypt and South Africa, 15 days pending investigation.



Khaled Masri-Cairo

Egypt's Supreme State Security Prosecutor has decided to imprison Ezz Mounir Khedr, who raised the Palestinian flag at the Cairo Stadium during the match between Egypt and South Africa, 15 days pending investigation.

"I was assigned to defend the young man by his family, and I will go to the Supreme State Security Prosecution tomorrow to meet with the Attorney General of the State Security Prosecutor's Office, to find out the accusations against the accused, and to see the investigations," said Amr Abdel Salam, a lawyer for the family's family. As a prelude to the next renewal session with him. "

"According to the information I received from the young man's family, he was presented to the State Security Prosecution yesterday, and a decision was made to remand him and was deported to Tora Prison."

It is noteworthy that the young Ezz Mounir Khadr, aged 19 years, and teaches in the Faculty of Arts Department of Hebrew language at the University of Ain Shams.

The pioneers of social networking sites have circulated a video showing Egyptian security personnel in civilian clothes arrest Ezz Mounir Khadr when he was hoisting the Palestinian flag in the stands of Cairo Stadium.

"In the spirit of blood, we will redeem you, Palestine," chanted the crowd chanting yesterday at the Cairo stadium during the football match between Egypt and South Africa. Tokyo_2020 pic.twitter.com/FHUDyJxHG1

- A Mansour Ahmed Mansour (@amansouraja) November 20, 2019

Two men in civilian clothes grabbed the Palestinian flag from the young cheerleader and took him out of the stadiums outside during the match.

Source: aljazeera

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