Human Rights Watch is driven after Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood lies

Cairo responded on Human Rights Watch allegations about the existence of “collective punishment” inside Egypt prisons, noting that this news is not real and accusing the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood organization of being behind it.

A security source said, in statements carried by the Egyptian Ministry of Interior on its Facebook page, that he denies “what is being circulated by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood organization and some organizations affiliated with it … allegations of collective punishment inside prisons.”

The Egyptian source confirmed that this news is completely incorrect , pointing that the allegations come within the framework of the “approach of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood organization in spreading lies and rumors in an attempt to incite public opinion,” he said.

“Human Rights Watch” had published a report 3 days ago, about the existence of “mass torture” inside Scorpion prison in Egypt since mid-November.



Arab Observer



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