Spokesperson for the Soltan family, Sara Mohamed, said Sunday that a prison visitor witnessed Soltan’s transferral on a stretcher from his cell to intensive care. Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR demands that Barack Hussein Obama do something to help him.
Daily News EgyptSoltan is one of 52 defendants on trial charged with “forming an operations room to direct the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group to defy the government during the Rabaa [Al-Adaweya] sit-in dispersal and to spread chaos in the country”, according to a statement released by the prosecutor general’s office on 3 February.
Soltan has been in detention since 25 August 2013 for participating in the Muslim Brotherhood mass protest and riots at Rabaa Al-Adaweya Square and was shot in the arm during its forcible dispersal.
Soltan was part of the Muslim Brotherhood riots in Cairo
Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR has been demanding that Obama help prevent the imminent death of Mohamed Soltan, an American citizen and pro-terrorism activist detained in Egypt. Family members say he has lost more than a third of his body weight, cannot support himself or walk, faints frequently, and bleeds from his mouth and nose. (BUH BYE!)
Soltan was detained August 25, 2013, after he was shot during violent protest against the overthrow of dictator Mohamed Morsi by 33 million Egyptians in Egypt.
Muslim Brotherhood riots in Cairo
In a recentletter to President Obama, CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad wrote in part: “Unless the United States government acts swiftly, Mohamed Soltan — a U.S. citizen — will die imprisoned in Egypt because he was not afforded the same basic rights to due process that all other Americans enjoy.” (He got arrested in Egypt, American ‘rights’ do not apply)
Soltan was arrested during Muslim Brotherhood riots in Cairo