The trial of an Egyptian Christian teacher accused of defaming Islam and insulting Prophet Mohammed is expected to conclude at a third hearing scheduled for June 11, reports Middle East Concern.

Twenty-four-year-old Dimyana Obeid Abd Al-Nour was arrested on May 8 after accusations by the parents of three students at Sheikh Sultan primary school in Luxor.

“It is not a crime to speak one’s mind on a religion, whether it is their own or that of someone else,” said Amnesty International’s Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui.

However, Article 44 of the 2012 Egyptian constitution states: “insult or abuse of all religious messengers and prophets shall be prohibited”.