Naira Ashraf, an Egyptian student, was killed by a man outside Mansoura University in Egypt.
A death sentence for a man for the killing of a 21-year-old student in the city of Mansoura, in northern Egypt, can become a singular media event: the court that sentenced him wants him to be executed by hanging and broadcast in Live tv.
Mohamed Adel, 21, was sentenced to death after it was discovered that he had killed his classmate by brutally stabbing her.
Now, the court that found guilty has asked Egyptian lawmakers to authorize live streaming of the execution: they try to make the punishment visible in the hope that it will dissuade people from committing a similar crime.
Naira was brutally killed and received 19 stab wounds.
In its letter, the court wrote: “The broadcast, even if it is only part of the start of the trial, could achieve the goal of deterrence, which was not achieved by broadcasting the sentence itself,” according to the Mirror.
On June 20, Adel killed Naira Ashraf as she got off a bus outside Mansoura University, which they were both attending in northern Egypt.
El Mansura or Al-Mansurah is a city in Egypt, the capital of the Dakalia Governorate and the ninth largest city in the country. It is located on the banks of the branch of the Nile called Damietta, in the Nile delta.
Adel repeatedly hit Naira in the head, jumping on her and brutally stabbing her.
The crime has since been particularly serious the killer was seen repeatedly hitting Naira in the head, jumping on her and stabbing her with treason.
Onlookers who witnessed the scene rushed out to grab Adel and restrain him while Naira was lying with little chance of being killed. to survive after his throat was slit.
Adel pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to death, a decision that had to be approved by the “Grand Mufti” of Egypt, Dr. Shawki Allam, who is the country’s highest religious authority.
Judge Bahaeldin Al Merri said in his judgment: “The court declares that it cannot find the capacity for mercy for someone who has not been merciful himself. Perhaps your death serves more as an example to others than to allow you to live.”
On June 20, Adel killed Naira Ashraf as she got off a bus.
Adel’s legal team is now moving to stop the death sentence and the defendant’s lawyer, Farid El-Deeb, said: “We still have 60 days to challenge the death sentence.”
Surprisingly, the violent killer blamed Naira for her actions and said he was partially prepared to kill her.