The sentencing of the 21 year old Irish citizen and is expected to be delivered today after the trial was adjourned for the 25th time last month.
Halawa has been held in a Cairo jail since 2013 after he and 494 other individuals were accused of murders, bombings, possession of firearms, desecration of Al Fatah Mosque and violence against police. Arrested while taking part in a protest against the removal of then-president Mohammed Morsi, Halawa may face the death penalty if found guilty.
Writing on Facebook last night, Halawa said, "My freedom is in the hands of an oppressor. This time I don't fear the trial... I've lost hope. Not being free but in the Egyptian government to free me. All I can do is pray."
Halawa and his three sisters have been acquitted of all charges at their trial today in Cario's special anti-terrorism court.Read More
The mass trial concluded today.Read More
Irish citizen Halawa's trial has been delayed 28 times.Read More
A delegation of TDs, led by Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Fearghaíl, will arrive in Cairo later today to meet with Ibrahim Halawa and the Egyptian government.Read More
With news that Irish-Egyptian prisoner Ibrahim Halawa's trail has been delayed for the 17th time in three years, The Bar of Ireland has today released a statement expressing their concern over his detention.Read More
The trial of Ibrahim Halawa has been postponed for a 17th time today – his 21st birthday.Read More