Cairo – An Egyptian non-governmental organization called for more strict penalties against terrorist groups, including death penalty for those who are involved in violent attacks.
The Justice and Development Organization (JDO) for human rights has given alarm calls to warn of the silence on crimes committed in the style of ISIS, a terrorist organization (also known as Daesh) and on crimes stirring sectarian strife in Egypt. Lately, several criminal incidents have been perpetrated by dangerous criminals who seemed to be inspired by ISIS rabid violence.
In Quena Province, it was such a timely decision made by Judge Ahmed Abdurahman, the Chief Justice and the Provincial General Prosecution Attorney, of the transfer of all the accused of ISIS-styled murder of Hani AbdelFattah Abu-Elmajd, a local villager at a livestock marketplace, to the Criminal Court. The three transferred convicts were Abdulhaseeb Bashari Ibraheem, Nasrudin Bashari Ibrahim, and Bashari Ibrahim.The case file No. 13071/2017 was then handed over to Mohammad Reda Shaukat, Chief Justice of Quena Court of Appeals and Member of the Council of Heads of Courts of Appeals, in order to decide the time and place for presenting and handling the case which is to be soon.
The JDO expressed its full confidence in the fairness and integrity of the Egyptian judiciary while reiterating the necessity of issuing and carrying out death sentences on those who reinvent the style of ISIS brutality in Egypt. The JDO also suggested that there has to be a nationwide broadcasting of the executions through the multiple media outlets to warn against the grave consequences of ISIS terrorism from which even the judges were not safe as the terrorists had targeted a hotel for judges in Arish city.
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