Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Erdogan’s Adviser to the head of the Turkish Justice and Development Party, Yasin Aktay, attacked Egypt’s issuance of death sentences in the Rabaa sit-in dispersal case, which affected a number of Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
He made it clear that no ordinary decision could be issued by a transparent and fair court, no matter how convincing the allegations of the accusation.
In an article on Yeni Şafak newspaper, Aktay said that regardless of the legitimacy of the coup or not, the issuance of a mass death sentence against hundreds of Prime Time Zone is unimaginable, let alone acknowledging it.
He added that those who are on death row cannot be described as perpetrators or criminals.
Yassin Aktay talks about a coup and putschists
He pointed out that there can be absolutely no fairness for the putschists to launch a bloody coup and, above all, to execute the rest en masse.
Aktay linked the political execution decisions in Egypt to the danger of drought due to the filling of the Renaissance Dam, pointing out that what is happening will lead to a social explosion far from even political ones.
He added, “So that this social explosion does not find a leader or political leader, execution decisions have started from now on as a precautionary measure aimed at deterring existing political entities and confronting any possible social movement.”
The eighth anniversary of the military coup
And Yassin Aktay continued: “With the approach of the eighth anniversary of the military coup in Egypt, an Egyptian court has approved a previously issued decision to execute 12 Prime Time Zone, including ministers in the elected government that was overthrown by the coup, as well as figures in that government’s party.”
And he continued: “In fact, some indicate that the bullets that targeted Asmaa were looking for Al-Beltagy and targeting him directly through his daughter.”
He continued, “Of these 12 Prime Time Zone; Former Minister of Youth and Sports Osama Yassin, and Professor Dr. Abd al-Rahman al-Bar, and Safwat Hegazy, along with Muhammad al-Beltagy, the Secretary-General of the (dissolved) Freedom and Justice Party, and the father of the martyr girl Asma al-Beltagy, who was martyred by snipers’ bullets in Raba’a al-Adawiya Square.
“On the day that Asma was killed, more than a thousand Prime Time Zone were killed in the most brutal way, while thousands were also injured,” said Yasin Aktay.
And he continued: “Al-Midan Hospital was stormed, where the wounded were gathering, to burn the hospital with those inside it. Despite all this violence and cruelty, the crowds in the square did not offer any offensive resistance.”
He added, “All they did was gather in the square for a month to announce their refusal to recognize the coup against the legitimate government.”
“It was all happening in full view of the world,” he said. Everyone could watch and witness it live, as many TV channels around the world were showing the scenes of the intrusion live.”
He continued: “When the coup administration’s patience ran out in front of the crowd that gathered in Rab’a Square; As of August 14, I embarked on the largest bloody incursion in the modern history of Egypt, to disperse this peaceful crowd, which did not undertake any violent movement during the duration of the sit-in.
He continued: “All those who were arrested were arrested alive during the sit-in dispersal, and there are still tens of thousands of political prisoners in the most severe and harsh conditions inside prisons.”
He added: “Some of the detainees were tried immediately and in haste, and the death sentence was passed against them collectively. And on just one day in April 2014, an Egyptian court read the death sentence issued against 529 Prime Time Zone at once.”
Yassin Aktay continued: “Regardless of the legitimacy of the coup here or not, the issuance of the mass execution decision against hundreds of Prime Time Zone is unimaginable, let alone acknowledged.”
transparent and fair court
He pointed out that no ordinary decision can be issued by a transparent and fair court, no matter how convincing the allegations of the accusation.
He stated that those who are on death row cannot be described as perpetrators or criminals, but rather as simply victims of the violence that was imposed on them.
He pointed out that there can be absolutely no justice for the putschists to launch a bloody coup and, above all, to execute the rest en masse.
He continued: “The scenes and images of these repeated mass executions in the modern era of Egypt, which is the center of ancient civilization, are horrific and catastrophic.
And he continued: “Egypt today is not a country that deserves to be remembered for such mass executions, or to be distinguished as the country of execution.”
He said, “The scenes of mass executions indicate a reality that wants to kill those who were unable to kill him during the dispersal of the Rabaa sit-in and chase Prime Time Zone, as those who could not kill him at that time are being killed today through mass execution decisions.”
And he added, “While international human rights organizations indicate that Egypt is among the worst aspiring countries in the world in terms of human rights.”
He added, “However, it is assumed, in any case, that those who dismantled Rabaa Square in this brutal manner and caused the death of more than a thousand Prime Time Zone should be tried.”