URGENT: Join the international campaign against Egypt’s repressive protest law!
Via Egypt Solidarity
Join the international campaign against Egypt’s repressive protest law and to free the thousands of detainees seized by the military regime.
What you can do:
1. Support the protests
21 June was an international day of action in solidarity with the #noprotestlaw campaign. Find details of protests on the day and afterwards on the international campaign website and theFreeMahienour Facebook page. A march by activists in Cairo against the protest law was attacked and around a quarter of the participants were arrested. See our collection of posters for the new detainees here, follow the latest on charges from the international campaign website.
2. Let President al-Sisi know the world is watching
Email, telephone and fax the embassy of Egypt in your country. Click here for the full list.
3. Share and spread the world
- Use the #noprotestlaw hashtag on Twitter
- Follow @Egy_Solidarity and other accounts spreading news of the protests. Public listhere
- Share from the FreeMahienour Facebook page publishing regularly in English and Arabic and Egypt Solidarity Initiative publishing in English. Liberté aux détenus en égypte(France).
- English posters for individual prisoners and general placards against the protest law and to free the detainees
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