, in a statement, said the UAE continues violating the human rights by preventing the families of the physicians from returning to their country (Egypt).
said: "Some police officers in military uniforms bearing the emblem of Commandos and men who claimed to be public prosecution personnel stormed the Arab Center for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession (ACIJLP).
Eid from ANHRI
said the deportations were politically motivated.
said that the Egyptian Constitution guarantees the freedom of peaceful expression, and that the April protests did not witness any violence or chaos that could lead to a punishment of five years.
's director and rights lawyer Gamal Eid and previously detained journalist Ahmed Gamal Ziada conducted extensive investigations to extract the number of prisons and prisoners in Egypt.
said that the protests in question are the onesheld on 25 April, in objection to the Red Sea islands maritime border demarcation.
Ahmed, who is a lawyer at ANHRI
, received a phone call asking her to go to Meguid's office on Thursday.
called Khaled's arrest a direct violation of the freedom and rights that are intended to be protected by in Egyptian Constitution, clarifying that there are no articles in the constitution that prohibit the freedom of opinion or expression.
Al-Saqqa was allegedly tortured until he confessed to his crimes, according to ANHRI
, and the location of his detention remained unknown for several days following his arrest.