An invitation to the families of the forcibly disappeared… The unknown fate is chasing Medhat, Magdy and Mustafa… and Amer is threatened with blindness

The Egyptian Network for Human Rights called on: “Families of the forcibly disappeared to send a message on WhatsApp to inform us about cases of enforced disappearance of Egyptian citizens and foreigners in Egypt.” The network said on its Facebook page that: “Her call comes within the framework of its quest to work to stop the crime of enforced disappearance and in continuation of its campaign # Our Children_Fin:”
In addition, the family of engineer Medhat Abdel Hafeez Abdullah Abdel Gawad, from Beni Suef, renewed their demand to reveal the place of his enforced detention since his arrest on December 27, 2017, while he was in the Eastern Expansions area behind Mall of Egypt in 6 October City in Giza, and he was taken to an unknown destination so far. without legal support.”
In Qalyubia, the sister of the young Magdi Sayed Hassan Ibrahim, 32, from the Khanka Center, confirmed the refusal of the coup forces to reveal the place of his enforced detention since his arrest on August 7, 2018 from the stadium of Martyr Ahmed Radi in Qalyubia in front of eyewitnesses, and he was taken to an unknown destination until now.
She said, “My brother has been missing for two years and ten months on August 7, 2018, and we don’t know his whereabouts yet.”
From the same governorate, the crime of disappearance of Mustafa Muhammad Abdel Azim Al-Banna, 47, who works as a contractor, continues, after he was summoned by the National Security Office “because of their ten-minute basha temple and his return,” according to what two security men known to the people of his village “Hod Thabet” – Mit Halfa – Qalyubia Governorate.
The Egyptian Network stated that: “Despite the fact that a year has passed since the crime after his arbitrary arrest on Saturday, 27/6/2020, the authorities of the coup regime refuse to reveal his place of detention,
Also, the telegraphs that were edited by his family to the Public Prosecutor are not dealt with, and the Ministry of Interior of the coup government denies knowing anything about his whereabouts so far.
The network renewed its solidarity with the journalist, Amer Abdel Moneim, 57, who has been held in pretrial detention in Tora Liman Prison for 7 months, as fears of losing his sight are increasing as the Tora prison administration continues to ignore his suffering and refuse to allow his treatment at his own expense.
In its request to the Public Prosecutor, his family clarified that “Amer contracted a viral infection in his eyes, and he needs to be referred to a specialized ophthalmologist outside the prison, but the administration of Tora Liman Prison ignores all this, to compound his suffering due to his diabetes and his constant need for insulin treatment.”
The Egyptian network had documented a while ago what Amer Abdel Moneim was exposed to, and the continuation of his poor health condition, which is getting worse, and may lead to blindness.
His family expressed: “It is very fearful for his life, in light of the lack of adequate treatment for him inside the prison hospital, as he needs an eye specialist to treat inflammation, and his family also noticed an increase in infections and redness of his eyes constantly.”
Although he was shown to the prison doctor, who recommended buying medicines not available in the prison hospital, and bringing his family medicine at their own expense from an outpatient clinic, his condition did not improve, but rather worsened with the harsh prison conditions.
Mr. Amer Abdel Moneim submitted an official request more than a month ago to the prison administration in order to present him to an external specialized ophthalmologist, but he has not received a response from the prison administration so far, which necessitated his wife and the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate to submit reports to the Public Prosecutor in an attempt to save him.

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