Take action now against mass death sentences in Egypt

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Egyptian court sentences 529 to death

Help us build a campaign against repression

Thanks for signing the Egypt Solidarity founding statement. Events yesterday show how important it is to build a broad international campaign against repression. A court in the Upper Egyptian province of Minya sentenced 529 defendants to death for the murder of a police officer last August in a trial condemned by Amnesty International as "grotesque".

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Take a stand against mass death sentences

Add your name to our statement condemning the sentencing of 529 people to death for a single incident in August 2013.

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