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Cork - Event Notice
Saturday January 30 2016
09:00 PM

Interview with Cian form Amnesty International Cork about Ibrahim Halawa

category cork | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Friday January 29, 2016 21:00author by Roo Demol - Irish Radio Internationalauthor email roisindemol at gmail dot comauthor address Roundtree, Kilbrittain, Bandon Co.Corkauthor phone 0868508548 Report this post to the editors

Ibrahim, an Irish citizen, prisoner of conscience in Egypt.

Amnesty International Cork and Amnesty International UCC are organising a gig in Crane Lane to raise awarenss of the plight of Ibrahim Hawala, who has been improsined for over 2 years in Egypt, after taking part in a peaceful demonstration.
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Cian O'Sullivan came to the studio of Irish Radio International in Cork to talk on the New rebels show about the upcoming gig for Ibrahim in .Lane, Cork

Ibrahim has been locked up for over two years for taking part in a peaceful demonstration. .

Cian from AI Cork and Orla from AI UCC tell us about Ibrahim's case, how we can support him and how we can support Amnesty International in their fight for human rights all over the world.

Venue: Crane Lane Theatre Phoenix St, Cork
When: Saturday 30th Jan @ 9pm


Audio Interview -The interview on the New Rebels, Irish Radio International
https://soundcloud.com/roos-demol/iri-interview-with-cian-and-orla-from-amnesty-international-cork-and-ucc-about-ibrahim-wahala

Related Link: https://www.amnesty.ie/content/egypt-court-try-494-people-over-pr...tests


The interview on the New Rebels, Irish Radio International

author by Hibernian Scribe - Freelancepublication date Tue Feb 09, 2016 09:51author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The Irish-Egyptian Halawa Sisters Circus

Why did the three Halawa sisters and their brother Ibrahim purposefully join a street demonstration in Cairo which led to all four being arrested and detained by President Al-Sisis forces? The Halawa sisters were released only to foment a campaign to release their brother Ibrahim Halawa without revealing their ardent support for the banned Muslim Brotherhood.

The Halawas, all four, addressed a crowd of 10,000 Muslim Brotherhood supporters, there is documentary proof of this meeting in Cairo. They were arrested by the Egyptian authorities for supporting the banned Muslim Brotherhood former president Morsi. Their father Imam Hussein Halawa is the supreme Muslim Brotherhood cleric in Ireland and general secretary of the European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR) which is based at Clonskeagh mosque. The ECFR president is Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an extremist cleric, currently banned from the US, France, UK and Ireland, because he supports terror campaigns against Israel. The ECFR supports the fatwas of al-Qaradawi who advocates gays and apostates should be executed.

The Muslim Brotherhood supports Sharia law and is the origin of al-Qaeda. The Halawa sisters are regularly photographed brandishing photographs of Morsi in Ireland and Egypt and are ardent supporters of Hamas.

Anyone walking in the vicinity of this mosque notes no one attending the mosque smiles or greets the locals. Why are Muslims here in Ireland? Muslims describe the Clonskeagh mosque as the Ikhwani mosque or Muslim Brotherhood mosque.
The misguided attendance at a Muslim Brotherhood demonstration in Egypt is the reason Ibrahim Halawa is currently detained in prison. The Halawa circus is an abuse of the western liberal enlightenment in Ireland which allows people of all religions to live and thrive in a free and liberal society.

 
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