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After Referring Gamal Sultan to Criminal Court, ANHRI Condemns the Prosecution of Journalists over Publication Cases

7.1.16

After Referring Gamal Sultan to Criminal Court, ANHRI Condemns the Prosecution of Journalists over Publication Cases: It’s worth mentioning that Almasry Alyoum published, on the 9th of September, 2014, a report entitled “Al-Zend Sells Port Said Judges’ Club’s Land to his Wife’s Relative with 18 thousand pounds per meter instead of 50”. The report was a follow-up article of a press report published by al-Ahram Newspapers, which claimed that the land was sold by the Judges’ Club to Al-Zend’s wife’s cousin (named Lotif Mostafa Mostafa Amasha) and his partners, at a price of 18 thousand pounds per meter, a total of 9,000,153 thousand pounds for a piece of land of area of 508.5 square meters.


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