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EGYPT. STATE SECURITY COURT SENTENCES 3 MILITANTS TO DEATH

November 30, 2006: a state security court in Ismailiya, 75 miles east of Cairo, convicted and sentenced to death three Islamic militants for their role in a suicide attack that killed 34 people at tourist resorts in the Sinai town of Taba in 2004.
The three belonged to the militant group Tawhid and Jihad, which Egyptian security officials and prosecutors said carried out two other bombings against Sinai resorts that killed another 87 people - Sharm el-Sheik in July 2005 and Dahab in April. Israeli security officials said they suspect al-Qaida played a part in the attacks.
The Egyptian government, however, said the Sinai militants were local Islamic extremists who did not have international connections. The trial did not look into the suspects' alleged al-Qaida link.
The three top defendants, Younes Mohammed Mahmoud, Osama al-Nakhlawi and Mohammed Jaez Sabbah, were convicted and sentenced to death for terrorism, murder, illegal possession of weapons, and belonging to a terrorist group in connection to the Taba attack. The October 2004 bombings targeted the Taba Hilton hotel, near the Israeli border, and a nearly simultaneous blast went off in the nearby Red Sea resort of Ras Shitan. Eleven Israelis were among the 34 killed.
After the verdict, defense lawyer Ahmed Seif el-Islam denounced the sentences as ``unjust.''
In state security courts, the accused do not have the right of appeal; they may appeal for clemency only to President Hosni Mubarak. Several of the defendants said they were tortured to give confessions. The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, the oldest rights advocate in the country, said the trial before a state security court was illegal because it deprived the accused of their right to appeal. The group called for a retrial before an ordinary court. (Sources: AP, 30/11/2006)

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COUNCIL OF EUROPE URGES RUSSIA TO ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY
QATAR. THREE FOREIGN NATIONALS SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR MURDER
SAATCHI & SAATCHI AIDS HANDS OFF CAIN WITH ONLINE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY
KENTUCKY COURT ORDERS STATE TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS ON LETHAL INJECTION PROCESS
SRI LANKAN STILL ALIVE FIVE HOURS AFTER HANGING IN KUWAIT: REPORTS
BANGLADESH. MAN HANGED FOR KILLING WIFE
BANGLADESH. MAN HANGED FOR KILLING EIGHT FROM SAME FAMILY
CHINA. THREE PROTESTANT LEADERS CONDEMNED WITHOUT PROOF EXECUTED IN SECRET
IRAQ SHOULD NOT CARRY DEATH PENALTY AGAINST SADDAM-UN
SAUDI ARABIA BEHEADS AN EGYPTIAN WHO STABBED A SAUDI TO DEATH AFTER A DISPUTE
BANGLADESH. MAN EXECUTED FOR KILLING WIFE IN DISPUTE OVER DOWRY
SAUDI EXECUTES PAKISTANI, NIGERIAN OVER DRUGS
IRAN. MAN PUBLICLY HANGED FOR ADULTERY, KIDNAPPING
THAILAND. MEN WHO RAPED, KILLED TOURIST ESCAPE DEATH
PAKISTAN. SENATE APPROVES RAPE LAW REFORM BILL
IRAQI COURT HANDS DEATH SENTENCE FOR MURDER OF JAPANESE HOSTAGE
UAE. 'STONING' SENTENCE FOR ADULTERY COMMUTED
IRAN. PROSECUTORS SEEK DEATH PENALTY FOR 7 “VULGAR CD” SELLERS
YEMENI COURT SENTENCES ISLAMIST TO DEATH, JAILS 25
KENTUCKY. SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS STATE'S LETHAL INJECTION PROCESS
KUWAIT HANGS THREE ASIANS, ONE STATELESS RESIDENT
TEXAS (USA). DEATH SENTENCES DROP 65% IN PAST TEN YEARS
IRAN DENIES EXECUTIONS BY STONING
SAUDI ARABIA. PAKISTANI AND NIGERIAN BEHEADED FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING
SAUDI ARABIA BEHEADS A MAN WHO SHOT DEAD A COMPATRIOT AFTER AN ARGUMENT
EU TELLS IRAQ THAT DEATH PENALTY BAN WILL BE PART OF TALKS ON TRADE AND COOPERATION PACT
IRAN PUBLICLY HANGS FIVE MEN FOR RAPE, KIDNAPPING
SAUDI MAN EXECUTED FOR MURDER OF MOTHER-IN-LAW
IRAN. FIVE HANGED FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING

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