This article is from Amnesty International:
The 10th South Cairo Criminal Court today convicted Egyptian human rights activist and film editor Sanaa Seif on charges of spreading “false news”, “misusing social media” and insulting a police officer on duty, and sentenced her to one and a half years in prison.
Responding to the conviction, Amnesty International’s Deputy Director for the Middle East and North Africa, Amna Guellali said:
“Today’s verdict is yet another crushing blow for the right to freedom of expression in Egypt. The Egyptian authorities have yet again demonstrated their unrelenting intent to punish any criticism of their dismal human rights record.
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