Ibrahim Halawa’s trial has been delayed more than 30 times. Take action now to help secure his release.
Ibrahim, together with his three sisters, was first arrested on 17 August 2013. Though his sisters were quickly released on bail, Ibrahim has been detained for nearly four years.
Amnesty International researchers on the ground at the time confirm that he was arrested while sheltering in the Al Fath mosque.
We have conducted a thorough, independent review of the prosecution evidence and found that there is no credible evidence against him.
He is being detained solely for peacefully
exercising his right to freedom of expression and freedom of assembly.
He has now spent nearly fouryears living in truly horrific conditions in an Egyptian prison cell.This injustice has to stop!
Amnesty International is extremely concerned about Ibrahim’s well-being and health. He must be released immediately.
The prosecution has presented its final arguments in the mass trial of 494 defendants. The defence case will now begin.
Call on the President Abdel Fattah al-sisi and Minister for Foreign Affaris Magdy Abde el-Ghaffar to immediately and unconditionally release Ibrahim and allow him to return home to Ireland.
Put more pressure on the Egyptian authorities by calling the Egyptian Embassy.