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Alexandria: Rearrest of four MB's despite release orders.
Alexandria: Rearrest of four MB's despite release orders.
The Interior Ministry defies release orders for four members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement in Alexandria. Eight members of the group were formerly arrested and charged with holding demonstrations and disorderly conduct.
Friday, January 22,2010 08:14
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The Interior Ministry defies release orders for four members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement in Alexandria. Eight members of the group were formerly arrested and charged with holding demonstrations and disorderly conduct. The group was involved in protests against the construction of the iron wall on the Egypt-Gaza border calling for the support of their Palestinian brothers however; they were issued release orders, which were immediately overruled with the rearrest of four of the group. The detainees include:

 

Mohamed Ahmed Almasry

 

Magdy Megahed

 

Eng. Ismail Alma'asry

 

Eng. Mohamed Sweidan

 

tags: Rearrest / Crackdown On Muslim Brotherhood / Attacks In Egypt / Iron Wall / Solidarity With Palestinian
Posted in MB News , Human Rights  
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