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Egypt: Copt killer’s genocide judgment confirmed

Youssef Lamei (R) with his son Tony (World Watch Monitor)
Youssef Lamei (R) with his son Tony (World Watch Monitor)

An Egyptian justice ruled on Easter Sunday that a killer of a Coptic man, who was targeted since he sole alcohol, will be executed, reports Egypt-based Copts United.

Adel Aboul Nour Suleiman was sentenced to death final year for murdering Youssef Lamei in Jan 2017. Sunday’s statute deserted an interest opposite a judgment by Suleiman’s lawyer.

During a 2017 justice case, Suleiman pronounced he was “proud” of committing a crime, which, he added, was “based on a series of fatwas released by nonconformist clerics, who sequence a murdering of ethanol sellers”.

Lamei’s son Tony told World Watch Monitor after a initial sentencing that he believed his father had been targeted “because he was a Christian. He pronounced many shops in Alexandria sole alcohol: “There is a emporium circuitously that sells ethanol and is owned by a Muslim man. Why didn’t they kill this male as well?”

Youssef Lamei had a looseness from a supervision to sell ethanol and had run his wine store for roughly 40 years.

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