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The decision, reportedly reached after the prosecution produced no evidence, has been described as an assault on international press freedom and a bitter political gesture motivated by tensions between Egypt and Qatar, the country which funds Al Jazeera, according toa report byThe Sydney Morning HeraldMiddle East correspondent Ruth Pollard.
"Around the world, journalists are subjected to threats of violence, jail sentences and are even killed for the pursuit of truth," he said. "The jailing of Mr Greste and his colleagues demonstrates the dangers and sacrifices journalists are called upon to make."
Greste and his colleagues, who have been convicted of spreading false information to defame Egypt.
While US Ambassador to Australia John Berry said the US would use "every tool in its toolboxall of the art of diplomacy" to fight the verdict, according to The Sydney Morning Herald, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott warned against "megaphone diplomacy" in a report in The Australian, saying it would not help Greste's case.
Minister Julie Bishop said the government was "bitterly disappointed with the outcome".
dismayed by the fact that a sentence has been imposed and we are appalled by the severity of it."
Appeal best hope for Greste's release
An appeal looms as the best chance for Greste's release. Under Egypt's constitution, president Abdel Fattah el Sisi has the right to issue a pardon or commute a sentence a right both Australia and the US have urged the president to use to free Greste and two other Al Jazeera journalists. However, Mr Sisi is on record as saying he will not interfere in judicial affairs.
"Peter, Mohamed, and Baher and six of our other colleagues were sentenced despite the fact that not a shred of evidence was found to support the extraordinary and false charges against them.
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Qatar is viewed as supportive of the Brotherhood according to Pollard's report, contributing millions in aid to Egypt during Morsi's 11 month term. The three journalists are among 20 on a list of accused Brotherhood associates released in February, and as many as 40,000 people who have been arrested in Egypt since the military takeover.
"All actions by any government designed to restrict press freedom and the public's right to know should and must be fought."
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The family of Peter Greste is considering its options for an appeal following the Australian journalist's seven year sentence in Egypt, a move the Australian government concedes is the best hope for his release.
The verdict "defies logic, sense, and any semblance of justice," Al Jazeera English managing director Al Anstey said in apress release on the broadcaster's website.
"We deplore the sentences of imprisonment against these journalists," The Newspaper Works CEO Mark Hollands said.
Greste and Egyptian Canadian Cairo bureau chief Mohamed Fadel Fahmy were each sentenced to seven years jail, while Egyptian producer Baher Mohamed was sentenced to 10 years.
Fahmy and Mohamed were accused of being members of the Muslim Brotherhood, a group which backed former president Mohamed Morsi and which has been designated a terrorist organisation since the Egyptian military took over government in December last year.
He said the only sensible outcome now was for the verdict to be overturned and vowed to continue to support the three until they were free and united with their families.
Mr Hollands said the Australian newspaper industry welcomed all efforts by the Australian Government to secure the release of Mr Greste.
The Newspaper Works has joined government, journalist and citizen voices around the world to condemn the verdict.
"Today three colleagues and friends were sentenced, and will continue behind bars for doing a brilliant job of being great journalists," he wrote. "Guilty of covering stories with great skill and integrity. Guilty of defending people's right to know what is going on in their world.
The three were accused of using unlicensed equipment to broadcast misinformation to defame and destabilise Egypt, after their makeshift offices at the Marriott Hotel in Cairo were raided on December 29. They have spent the intervening six months in a three by four metre cell,The Sydney Morning Heraldreported.
"At no point during the long, drawn out trial did the absurd allegations stand up to scrutiny. There were many moments during the hearings where in any other court of law, the trial would be thrown out. There were numerous irregularities in addition to the lack of evidence to stand up the ill conceived allegations."
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