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Heba Kotb’s trial on charges of insulting an Egyptian man has been postponed to the November 30 court hearing

Today, Wednesday, the Dokki Misdemeanor Court postponed the trial of Heba Kotb on charges of insulting the Egyptian man to the November 30 hearing.

Heba Qutb had declared on television what some considered extreme insults to the Egyptian man and used inappropriate phrases and descriptions, encroaching on family and societal values, bullying the man, inciting the destruction of the Egyptian family, inciting non-marriage and stability, and spreading false news about Egyptian society and its image as a deviant society in which debauchery and immorality spread. And it led to a state of great resentment among the men of Egypt, according to the description of the lawsuit, lawyer Ashraf Nagy, in his lawsuit.

The defendant’s lawyer argued that she lacks spatial jurisdiction, and the defendant’s defense denied these statements, pointing out that she did not watch that TV episode.

Dr. Heba Qutb’s statements, according to lawyer Ashraf Nagy, who filed the case, came as follows: “The Egyptian husband has the conviction that if he is affectionate towards his wife, she will change him, pointing out that everything that the Egyptian husband promises his wife before marriage changes and differs.”

Dr. Heba Kotb, a sexual medicine consultant, added sarcastically: “The Egyptian husband says sweet words in two cases, either during the acquaintance period, or she dies when the husband says to his wife, ‘O argument,’ or ‘O blessing,’ and she gets very upset.”

Article (80D) of the Penal Code stipulates that every Egyptian who deliberately broadcasts false news, statements or rumors about the internal situation abroad shall be punished with imprisonment for a period of no less than six months and not more than five years, and a fine of no less than 100 pounds and not exceeding 500 pounds, or with one of these two penalties. to the country and that would weaken the financial confidence in the state or its prestige and prestige, or he initiated in any way an activity that would harm the national interests of the country).

Article 302: Anyone who ascribes to another, by means of one of the methods set forth in Article 171 of this law, matters that, if they were true, would entail the punishment of those ascribed to him with the penalties prescribed for that by law, or would necessitate his contempt in the eyes of his countrymen.

Article 303: Defamation is punishable by imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year and a fine of no less than two thousand five hundred pounds and no more than seven thousand five hundred pounds, or one of these two penalties.

Article 308: “If the defect, insult, slander, or insult committed in one of the ways set forth in Article 171 includes defamation of the honor of individuals or damage to the reputation of families, the penalty shall be imprisonment and a fine together within the limits set forth in Articles 179, 181, 182, 303, 306, and 307, provided that they are not less than The fine, in case of publication in a newspaper or publication, shall be half the maximum limit, and the imprisonment shall not be less than six months.

Article (25) of the Information Technology Crimes Law No. 175 of 2018 stipulates that (a penalty of imprisonment for a period of no less than six months and a fine of no less than fifty thousand pounds and no more than one hundred thousand pounds, or either of these two penalties, shall be imposed on anyone who violates any of the principles or family values In the Egyptian society, or violated the sanctity of private life, or sent many electronic messages to a specific person without his consent, or provided data to a system or a website to promote goods or services without his consent, or by publishing information, news, or information through the information network or by any means of information technology. Photos and the like violate the privacy of any person without his consent, whether the published information is correct or incorrect).

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