Egyptiske myndigheter fengslet aktivisten Ahmed Douma tirsdag, fordi han skal ha fornærmet president Mohamed Morsi, ifølge statelige medier.
Egyptian authorities jailed an anti-Islamist activist late Tuesday on charges that included insulting President Mohamed Morsi, state news media said. After turning himself in to prosecutors, the activist, Ahmed Douma, was transferred to a prison to be held for four days. Mr. Douma has been a vocal critic of Mr. Morsi and his allies in theMuslim Brotherhood, using social media and joining anti-Islamist protests. Human rights groups have accused Mr. Morsi and his allies of targeting their critics in politically motivated prosecutions — a charge Mr. Morsi’s aides deny.