The head of the Public Prosecution Office of Desouk in Egypt, Yahya Al-Saqaan, decided to imprison a young man named Muhammad Qamis for four days pending investigations into his claim of cancer.
The prosecution decided at the outset to detain the accused for 24 hours pending investigations and investigations, and the investigations confirmed the validity of the accusations against the accused for allegedly having cancer for the purpose of publicity, and the accused confirmed in the prosecution’s investigations that he did not receive donations from anyone.
The Desouk Public Prosecution had received seven reports from cancer patients and members of the Cancer Warriors Association from various governorates of Egypt who confirmed in their communications that the accused had morally afflicted them by claiming the disease for four years and he was not ill and documented his Facebook page, which led to their moral injury and that this disease needs moral treatment in addition To treat with medication.
The prosecution confronted the accused with what was stated in the reports and investigations, and the head of the prosecution issued his previous decision to imprison him pending investigations.
Source: “Al-Masry Al-Youm”