The State Security Court refused on Tuesday to release three activists arrested for possessing posters bearing the “Rabaa” slogan, a four-fingered hand that symbolizes solidarity with the Muslim Brotherhood and pro-Morsi protestors in Egypt. Judge Salim al-Qalab will preside over a public hearing on the three activists, along with fellow judges Ahmed al-Amri and Bilal al-Bakhit.
The three activists are Mohammed Yahia Younis, Ayman Abd al-Aziz al-Bahrawi, and Bahaa al-Din Ashalabi. They were arrested under accusations of endangering Jordan by disturbing the Kingdom’s relations with friendly Arab nations, along with insulting the heads of state.
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