Today, Wednesday, the Egyptian Court of Appeal for Economic Offenses delivered its final judgment against the President of the Zamalek Club in a case brought by the President of the Al-Ahli Club, Mahmoud Al-Khatib.
Al-Ahly club legal adviser Muhammad Osman confirmed that a decision had been made to put Mortada Mansour in jail for one month with work and forced labor in the case of insulting and slandering Mahmoud al-Khatib, president of the Al-Ahly club.
Othman wrote in his Facebook post: “The Economic Offenses Court of Appeal headed by Councilor Adham Fahim decides to change the prison sentence for Mortada Mansoor from one year in prison to one month in prison with work and execution in Case No. 83 of 2022, economic offenses, in a case initiated by us in favor of the captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib, chairman of the Al-Ahli club, accuses the convict of insulting and discrediting his honor and insulting the reputation of his family.
The Court of Economic Offenses sentenced Mortada Mansour to one year in prison with forced labor, and the president of the Zamalek club appealed to the Court of Appeal, which sentenced him to one month in prison, and this decision is enforceable.