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Police Prevents Ikhwanonline Editor From Attending MB Trial
Abdul- Jalil Al-Sharnouby, chief editor of Ikwanonline, was prevented from attending the military court session for MB leaders earlier today. When Sharnouby tried to protest this action by security personnel; he was quicky subdued by several members of the police force.  Abdul- Jalil Al-Sharnouby stated to ikhwanweb that he went to the court at 8.30 am to attend the
Sunday, June 3,2007 00:00
by Asmaa Shehata, Ikhwanweb

Abdul- Jalil Al-Sharnouby, chief editor of Ikwanonline, was prevented from attending the military court session for MB leaders earlier today. When Sharnouby tried to protest this action by security personnel; he was quicky subdued by several members of the police force. 

Abdul- Jalil Al-Sharnouby stated to ikhwanweb that he went to the court at 8.30 am to attend the session and show his support to colleague and journalist Ahmed Ezz Al-Din” who is standing trial, but was stunned by security personnel’s refusal to allow him entery to the court building. He later learned that all members of the media have been denied access as well.

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