Amnesty International condemns “mass executions” in Egypt and calls for their return

Middle east

Amnesty International has described human rights in Egypt.

An Egyptian military court on Thursday sentenced 17 people to death for “involvement in bomb attacks on churches”

In fact, it must be later.

The organization demanded that they be re-tried by civil courts.

The Middle East agency said the court punished 19 life-imprisonment seasons for attacks on churches in 2016 and 2017.

10 accused were sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison.

The organization of the Islamic state has claimed responsibility for the suicide bombings that claimed its lives.

These provisions can be challenged.

2014 The Egyptian authorities have tried more than 15,000 civilians before military courts.

Two suicide bombings in Alexandria and Tanta were carried out by a suicide bomber on a Sunday in April 2017, killing 45 people.

It began to gather in Cairo in December 2016, killing at least 25 people.

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