The first death sentence for a female journalist in Egypt — the case of Asma Khatib

Muhammad Shireen Fahmi — Judge who sentenced the death sentence
  • June 19, 2016 , the Cairo Criminal Court sentenced to death and 15 years in prison for Asmaa al Khatib to become the first woman journalist to be sentenced to death hanging in Egypt, a historic precedent.
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