Apr 21 2014
Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR asks Secretary of State John Kerry to prevent the imminent death of an American Muslim protester, Mohamed Soltan (photo right), who is starving himself in an Egyptian prison after he was arrested for incitement against the Egyptian Army for its ouster of president Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, on behalf of 30 million Egyptians.
CAIR Mohamed Soltan has been imprisoned in Egypt since August 25th, 2013 and has been on a hunger strike since January 26th, 2014. Mohamed’s health is deteriorating and we ask the American government to apply pressure on the Egyptian government to release him.
Mohamed Soltan, a 26-year-old American citizen who graduated from Ohio State University, has been on a hunger strike in an Egyptian prison since January 26, 2014, and is reportedly so weak that he is unable to walk. He was detained August 25, 2013, after getting caught with Muslim Brotherhood thugs rioting in Egypt. Soltan’s trial dates have been postponed a number of times.
Due to lack of medical treatment for his wounds by prison authorities, another detainee was forced to perform surgery on Soltan using pliers. His family and supporters are concerned that his medical condition is deteriorating rapidly and may soon be irreversible. (Good, then he’ll be dead soon)
In his letter to Secretary Kerry, CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad wrote in part:
“We respectfully request that you to take whatever measures you can to ensure the health and safety of an American citizen detained in such horrific and unjust conditions in a foreign country.”At minimum, we would urge you to make a personal public appeal to your Egyptian counterpart for Mr. Soltan’s release.”
Here is a video of this Mohamed schmuck in Egypt: