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21 Qalyubiyah Summer Residents released, Jail of 16 Others Prolonged
21 Qalyubiyah Summer Residents released, Jail of 16 Others Prolonged
The Higher State Security Prosecution ordered on Sunday evening the release of 21 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members and renewing jail of 16 others for 15 days under investigation.
Monday, August 27,2007 13:03
IkhwanWeb
The Higher State Security Prosecution ordered on Sunday evening the release of 21 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members and renewing jail of 16 others for 15 days under investigation.
 
The State Security Police detained them on Friday, August, 10th, 2007, while they were in Baltym summer resort, Kafr El Sheikh. They are from district of Tokh, Qalyubiyah.
 
Those released are: Mohamed Mahmoud Shahin
Magdi Abdul Hamid Ali Naim
Mansour Hassan Al Sayed
Said Al Sayed Mostafa
Nabil Mahmoud Awwad
Khaled Zakariya Sayed Ismail
Ahmed Mostafa Farahat
Mohamed Abdul Mottaleb Abdul Baset
Abdul Rahman Abul Enein
Eid Kamal Al Sirawi
Abdul Rahman Hilal
Ayman Al-Ads
Emad Al Sayed Makki
Samir Hassan Khedr
Mohamed Sayed Al Mahdi
Mahmoud Abdul Fattah Rashed
Wessam Hamed Refaie
Emad Asaad Bakri
Sherif Hafez Beheri
Said Abdul Azim Mohamedi
Mohamed Abdul Hamid Mohamed Nasr.
 
Those whose jail has been prolonged are:
Emad Sayed Ahmed Al Zorqani
Emad Abdul Latif
Said Kamal Al Thirawi
Islam Al-Nasr
Dr. Yasser Badr
Yasser Salama
Sameh Aslan
Mahmoud Saber
Mahmoud Abdullah
Ayman Bondoq
Mohamed Imam
Ahmed Awad
Walid Abdul Wahab
Ahmed Mahmoud Abdul Aziz
Mohamed Al Sayed
Bahaa Alaa Oraby.

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