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We never planned to stay in Egypt longer than overnight. We arrived in Cairo on the 15th with transit visas and all the necessary paperwork to proceed to our destination: Gaza. Tarek volunteers at Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza, and brings people with him each time. John intended to shoot a short film about Tarek's work.
That's when we were: arrested, searched, caged, questioned, interrogated, videotaped with a 'Syrian terrorist', slapped, beaten, ridiculed, hot boxed, refused phone calls, stripped, shaved bald, accused of being foreign mercenaries. Was it our Canadian passports, or the footage of Tarek performing CPR, or our ice cream wrappers that set them off? They screamed 'Canadian' as they kicked and hit us. John had a precisely etched bootprint bruise on his back for a week.
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We left in the evening when it was safe, trying to get back to our hotel on the Nile. We stopped for ice cream. We couldn't find a way through the police cordon though, and finally asked for help at a check point.
Because of the protests in Ramses Square and around the country on the 16th, our car couldn't proceed to Gaza. We decided to check out the Square, five blocks from our hotel, carrying our passports and John's HD camera. The protest was just starting peaceful chanting, the faint odour of tear gas, a helicopter lazily circling overhead when suddenly calls of "doctor". A young man carried by others from God knows where, bleeding from a bullet wound. The wounded and dying never stopped coming. Between us, we saw over fifty Egyptians die: students, workers, professionals, professors, all shapes, all ages, unarmed. We later learned the body count for the day was 102.
Meanwhile Justin Podur, a friend of Loubani and John Greyson spoke with the CBC on a statement from the two men released yesterday, outlining the conditions in which they are being held as well as how they are being treated:
Because of the coup, the official Rafah border was opening and closing randomly, and we were stuck in Cairo for the day. We were carrying portable camera gear (one light, one microphone, John's HD Canon, two Go Pros) and gear for the hospital (routers for a much needed wifi network and two disassembled toy sized helicopters for testing the transportation of medical samples).
The brother of Dr. Tarek Loubani is calling on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to speak with his Egyptian counterpart and call for the immediate release of the men who have been imprisoned in a Cairo jail for the past six weeks. Mohammed Loubani Vans Old Skool White
We've been here in Tora prison for six weeks, and are now in a new cell (3.5m x 5.5m) that we share with 'only' six others. We're still sleeping on concrete with the cockroaches, and still share a single tap of Nile water, but now we get (almost) daily exercise and showers. Still no phone calls. The prosecutor won't say if there's some outstanding issue that's holding things up. The routers, the film equipment, or the footage of Tarek treating bullet wounds through that long bloody afternoon? Indeed, we would welcome our day in a real court with the real evidence, because then this footage would provide us with our alibi and serve as a witness to the massacre.
the CBC quote "We believe it is now past due for the Prime Minister to call the Egyptian Primeminister directly and highlight how damaging this whole episode has been."
x 10m cell with 36 other political prisoners, sleeping like sardines on concrete with the cockroaches; sharing a single tap of earthy Nile water.
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We are on the 12th day of our hunger strike at Tora, Cairo's main prison, located on the banks of the Nile. We've been held here since August 16 in ridiculous conditions: no phone Mbt Dress Shoes calls, little to no exercise, sharing a 3m Mbt Women's Changa Casual Mary Jane
We were two of 602 arrested that night, all 602 potentially facing the same grab bag of ludicrous charges: arson, conspiracy, terrorism, possession of weapons, firearms, explosives, attacking a police station. The arrest stories of our Egyptian cellmates are remarkably similar to ours: Egyptians who were picked up on dark streets after the protest, by thugs or cops, blocks or miles from the police station that is the alleged site of our alleged crimes.
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