Trial of Egyptian prisoners in Israel adjourned to October 21
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CAIRO: Administrative Judiciary Court, headed by Abdel Megeed al-Mokanin, adjourned Tuesday the trial of Egyptian prisoners in Israel to October 21.

Lawyer Mahmoud al-Badwy filed a report demanding the Foreign Minister to receive and help all Egyptian prisoners in Israeli prisons.

The lawyer demanded abolishing the decision issued by Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Kamal to refrain from practicing his role to restore the Egyptian prisoners in Israel, despite the fact that several Egyptian Right Organizations received a message that 56 prisoners are imprisoned in Israel, according to Al-Shorouq.

The lawsuit demanded Kamal to receive a list of the prisoners’ name, age, charges, and dates each of when each was arrested and their state of health, according to Al-Ahram.

A request has been sent on May 12, 2013 from Egyptian organizations to the complaints bureau at the foreign ministry after a message they received on May 3, 2013 from Egyptian prisoner Selim Mohamed who stated that 29 out of 56 Egyptian prisoners are imprisoned in Israeli prisons.

Mohamed complained of the bad treatment and poor psychological and health state and added that there is a presence 18-year-olds without proper charges.

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