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Freedom and Justice Party Statement on Coup Regime Crimes of Enforced Disappearance
Freedom and Justice Party Statement on Coup Regime Crimes of Enforced Disappearance
As the coup commanders escalate their murderous campaign against all opponents of their bloody coup, the FJP vows the January 2011 Revolution will go on until it achieves ultimate victory, in spite of all the repression, brutality, enforced disappearances and oppression.
Thursday, October 29,2015 05:02

 The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) holds the coup authorities responsible for the continuation of the series of enforced disappearances of detainees just after arrest, an atrocity designated by international law as a crime against humanity.

One of the latest of such atrocities was the abduction and forced disappearance of Hussein Ibrahim, the FJP's Secretary General, by coup security forces. The FJP also holds the coup regime fully responsible for the arrest of tens of thousands of women, children, youth and the elderly.

The continuation of these crimes will only make the January 25 Revolution more resilient and determined to put an end to the crimes of tyranny and despotism, the oppression and treachery of military rule in Egypt.

Freedom and justice party

Dr. Amr Darrag – Member of the Executive Office
tags: Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Muslim Brotherhood / Revolution / Coup / Anti-Coup / Military Coup / Military Junta / Hussein Ibrahim / Amr Darrag
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