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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
09 Mar 2013

Members of the public leave Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi after the ruling of a case filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans waited to hear the results of the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
08 Mar 2013

A Court in Nairobi is seated to hear a case that was filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading the election, followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans wait to know the results for the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
08 Mar 2013

Judges David Majanja(left),Isaack Lenaola(centre) and Weldon Korir at Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi during the ruling of a case filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading the election, followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans waited to know the results of the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
08 Mar 2013

Lawyers at Milimani Law Court during the rulling of a case that was filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading the election followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans waited to hear the results of the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Court Adjourns Trial of anti-Islam Fi...
Cairo Criminal Court, Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
21 Oct 2012

Cairo Criminal Court adjourned on Sunday, October 21, the trial of seven Egyptian Copts living in the United States, Canada and Australia for producing an anti-Islam film insulting Prophet Mohammed according to Muslims to the session of November 25.

The defendants also included US pastor Terry Jones who publicly burnt the Muslim Quran in a church in Florida.

The defendants face charges of defaming Islam and attempting to cause sectarian strife in Egypt.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Judge Saif al-Nasr Suleiman:
“The court has decided to adjourn the case to the session of November 25, 2012. The claimants have to inform the defendants of their civil claims and the prosecution has to inform the defendants of the criminal claim.”

The anti-Islam film produced by Egyptian Copts living abroad caused turmoil and protests against the United States in several Arab and Muslim countries for allowing the film.

Islam is the second-largest religion in the world, and Muslims comprise about one-sixth of the world’s population. In Egypt, Muslims represent about 90% of the country’s 91-million people.

Story: Court Adjourns Trial of anti-Islam Film Makers in Absentia to Nov 25
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 21, 2012 (and archive of Sep 11, 2012)
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: October 21, 2012
Length: 0:01:24
Video Size: 69.5 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Various external shots of Cairo Criminal Court
2- Various shots of the judges, prosecutor, the attendees and the lawyers during the trial session
3- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Judge Saif al-Nasr Suleiman:
“The court has decided to adjourn the case to the session of November 25, 2012. The claimants have to inform the defendants of their civil claims and the prosecution has to inform the defendants of the criminal claim.” 4- [Archive footage of Sep 11, 2012]
5- Various shots of several thousands of protestors outside the US Embassy in Cairo
6- Various shots of angry protestors tearing up the US flag that was at the Embassy
7- Various shots of protestors raising signs reading “Insult Anyone but Prophet Mohammed”, “We sacrifice our fathers and mothers for the Messenger of Allah”, “There is no God but Allah, Mohammed is the Messenger of Allah”, etc
8- Various shots of protestors shouting statements against Obama and the US administration for allowing broadcast of such movies
9- Various shots of protestors firing smoky fireworks to show their anger
10- Various overview shots of several thousands of protestors outside the US Embassy

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Egyptian Man's Trial For Posting Vide...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
17 Oct 2012

On Wednesday, October 17, Cairo courts adjourned the trial of Alvert Saber, an Egyptian Copt accused of blasphemy for posting clips of the anti-Islam video on the Internet, to the session of November 14.

Saber, who denied he posted such clips, is not only accused of insulting Islam, but Christianity too.

Saber’s mother said that the police broke into their apartment illegally while she wasn’t here.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Hamdy al-Asiouty, member of Saber’s defense staff
SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Kariman, Alber Saber’s mother

The defense staff of the young man said that their client said he was persecuted in custody by one of the prisoners under orders of a police officer.

The prosecution investigations revealed that the defendant used Islam and Christianity to promote his extreme thoughts on the Internet, mocking God and his prophets and calling for atheism.

A number of human rights activists and supporters call for the release of Saber as he has been practicing his freedom of expression.

Story: Trial of Egyptian Copt for Posting Anti-Islam Video Adjourned to Nov 14
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 17, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: October 17, 2012
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Medium external shot of the court in Cairo
2. Various shots of Kariman, Alber Saber’s mother, outside the court
3. Pan left, Saber’s mother entering the court
4. Various shots of crowds of people and reporters at the corridor inside the court, waiting to see Saber while being taken out of the courtroom
5. Pan left, Saber being moved from the courtroom to another room amid tight security and throngs of people and reporters
6. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Hamdy al-Asiouty, member of Saber’s defense staff
7. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Kariman, Alber Saber’s mother
8. Medium shot, crowds of reporters and cameramen in a corridor at the court
9. Long shot, crowds of people, reporters and cameramen and Saber’s mother trying to enter the room he was taken to
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11. Various shots of Saber’s mother coming out of the court, speaking on the cell phone
12. Wide external shot of the court