Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue415 2014

Last update11:12 AM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: News > MB News
Egypt: Five prominent activists, including Saudi national, referred to trial in a new phase of MB oppression
Egypt: Five prominent activists, including Saudi national, referred to trial in a new phase of MB oppression
Egyptian authorities illustrate its inability to practice democracy with the animosity targetted at MB leaders.
Wednesday, April 21,2010 15:54
IkhwanWeb

In a move expecting to escalate the already tense relationship between the Egyptian regime and the Muslim Brotherhood, Attorney General Abdul Magid Mahmoud referred five international MB figures to the State Supreme Security Emergency Court for trial

 

Four of the five MB figures who were previously charged and acquitted in the case known as the "Global [MB] network" are currently living abroad, and they include the London based MB International Secretary General Ibrahim Munir, prominent Saudi scholar Awad Alqarany; popular Egyptian activist Wagdy Ghoneim currently living in Yemen, and Ashraf Abdul Ghafar, were named in the Attorney General's request

 

Businessman Ossama Suleiman, who is currently in custody despite release orders for all six months ago, has been also added to the list of those referred for trial

 

Dr. Mohamed Morsy, from the Muslim Brotherhood executive bureau and media spokesman for the group has condemned the current measures practiced by the ruling regime

 

While all political opposition factors including the MB have united in the call for the elimination of the 'emergency law' authorities have unceasingly continued to implement it. The prolonged oppression by the ruling regime against its people and in particular innocent members of the popular MB illustrates that it is incapable of adhering to the so-called democracy it boasts of

 

The regime's repression is intolerable and will only result in further unrest and instability. The continued exercising of the abhorred 'emergency law' is a clear breach to the constitution. Civil liberties including the simplest; freedom of expression has been violated by authorities and this is unacceptable

 

Despite these vengeful actions, we, the MB, contend that we will continue to call for political reform by our peaceful, constitutional and legitimate methods. Our continued urge for peaceful change will be unrelentless and we will follow the path of promoting nonviolence, by means of legal channels in which we always have. The Muslim Brotherhood have not and will not be deterred or discouraged in its peaceful ways supporting the rights of citizens and opposing oppression

 

 

tags: MB Detainees / MB leaders / Emergency Law / State Security / Attorney General / Ibrahim Munir / International Network
Posted in MB News  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
Ruling regime defies parole release for MB detainees
The number of MB detainees rise to 368
Health situation of MB detainees deteriorate
Interior Ministry defies release order of ill MB detainee adding to its already black list of human rights violations
MB detainees allege prison abuse and injustice
EOHR calls for the immediate release of the 15 MB detainees
Court releases seven of Qalyoubeya MB detainees
MB MP demands urgent information regarding 5 MB detainees' torture.
Court overrules Interior Ministers' appeal and defense anticipates speedy release of 12 MB detainees.
Egypt: MB detainee nearly dies in al-Marg prison
The release of thirteen MB detainees to be challenged.
The Administration of Al-Marg Prison Continues its insurgence against MB Detainees
MB Detainee’s Health Deteriorates While in Custody
MP Criticizes Human Rights Organizations’ Negligence Of MB Detainees
Continious Violations of MB Detainees’ Rights
Expert: MB Detainees’ File Wouldn’t meet Same Flexibility as Ayman Nour’s
MB Detainees Suffering Unprecedented Restraints
Outcome of MB Detainees is 7555 in 2008
Torture of MB Detainee and Breaking his Rib Cage
Asharqeyya: Four MB Detainees Released