Saturday, 3 July 2010
A SILENT PROTEST: “We are all Khaled Said…..”
END TORTURE AND POLICE BRUTALITY IN
Who is Khaled Said?
Khaled Said, a 28 year old Egyptian from
Khaled’s head was repeatedly smashed against a marble step while he was continuously beaten and kicked.
Khaled’s body was taken by a police car only to be dumped fifteen minutes later at the scene of this crime. Official police reports claim that Khaled’s death and unrecognisable smashed face are the result of “swallowing a bag of drugs” and choking to death. Government forensic reports have corroborated this fabricated story despite the presence of numerous witnesses who have been vocal about the incident.
Systematic Police Brutality in
Torture and police brutality in
Images and footage on the internet reveal the extent of Egyptian police brutality.
It is time to say NO TO TORTURE. It is time to support all those young Egyptians in their struggle to eradicate torture and police brutality in Egypt.
WE ARE ALL KHALED SAID
Join us for a Silent Protest.
Say no to Torture. Demand Accountability.
Why a Silent Protests?
Gatherings and demonstrations of more than 5 people in
In solidarity with the brave young activists across Egypt who will be protesting at the same time in the country, we will silently protest to amplify their voices and make them heard all over the world.
The police may stop Egyptians from protesting, but we will rally to make sure their just call and demands heard.
Date: 9 July 2010
Time: 6.30 PM
Dress: In Black/Dark colours as a mark of solidarity
Let us end Torture and Police Brutality in
SAY NO TO TORTURE