"Muslim does not submit to cruelty"

"Muslim does not submit to cruelty"
Date: 12.12.2019 11:00

There are at least 60,000 people in Egyptian dungeons, many of them young.

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Bülent Yıldırım, the President of the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, said that there is suffering in Egypt, Syria, East Turkestan and all over the world. The oppressors will surely give an account."
Non-governmental organizations gathered in Istanbul and marched against the ongoing coup d'état in Egypt. Within the scope of 10th of December World Human Rights Day, the march organized to draw attention to the heavy conditions in the Egyptian dungeons started from Fatih Mosque and continued until Saraçhane Park. IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation Chairman Bülent Yıldırım, Özgür-Der Deputy Chairman Kenan Alpay and the members of the Ikhwan who were subjected to the persecution in Egypt were sent to the oppressed in Egyptian dungeons with the message 'You are not alone'.
Kenan Alpay, Vice President of Ozgur-Der, said, "The coup plotters are welcomed by the West with red carpets and are regarded as heroes who maintain the order of the world." 


Noha Qasım who her husband in Egyptian prison, stated that it was not possible to describe what happened in Egypt in words and said, "My husband was sentenced to 23 years in prison and this means life imprisonment under Egyptian conditions. In Egyptian prisons, women alone have to stay in cells measuring one meter to one meter. I stayed in these cells for more than a year, lacking the necessities of toilet and bathroom. Men and children are also subjected to this treatment. No humanitarian needs of prisoners, including food and treatment, are met. Sisi's junta is trying to prevent people from returning to their countries with fear. One day we will return to free Egypt," she said.


Esma al-Baltaji's mother Sana al-Baltaji, who was shot and killed during the anti-coup demonstration in Egypt, said in the protest, "We came to talk about human rights on Human Rights Day. However, we do not have human rights in Egypt and we are making efforts for it to exist. My daughter Esma was martyred in Rabia Square by the junta of Sisi, and my wife and son are now in junta dungeons. My wife isn't even allowed to take medicine. There are at least 60,000 people in Egyptian dungeons, many of them young. Dozens of people are forced to live in single-person cells, and even the smallest human demand is not met."


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