Thursday February 20, 2020

Lynn Boylan: We must act now to save Ibrahim

The diplomatic route has failed. It’s now time for our government to exhaust all remaining avenues to bring Ibrahim Halawa home

2nd April, 2017

Ibrahim Halawa, a young Irishman, has spent more than 1,300 days in an Egyptian prison, despite his name not appearing anywhere in the evidence book. Video evidence also proves that Ibrahim could not have carried out any of the acts he and the 493 others in the mass trial are charged with.

His trial has been postponed 20 times and over the course of three and half years, only 15 of the 100 state witnesses have testified.

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