Today (Tuesday), an Egyptian court acquitted the political activist, Eng. Mamdouh Hamza, of charges of incitement to terrorism, spreading false news, using force and violence, and disturbing public order.
The Supreme State Security Prosecution brought several charges against Mamdouh Hamza during the year 2020, including the charge of incitement to commit a terrorist crime to use force and violence and disturb public order by posting through his personal account on “Twitter” and obstructing and resisting the authorities while performing their work. A verdict in absentia imprisoned him for 6 months and included him on the list of terrorist entities on October 26, and after his lawyer made new petitions against the ruling, the petition was accepted on April 28, 2021, and it was decided to rescind the ruling and retry him before another circuit, and after four sessions, the court ended with his acquittal. The engineer, Mamdouh, was Hamza arrived in Egypt last February and posted that on his Facebook page, expressing in a video his happiness at his return to his country again, after an absence of about 3 years, which was welcomed by some Egyptian political forces at the time, confirming On the importance of returning to his country again.