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Al-Jazzar Condemns Police Brutality, Killing Two During Mahalla Protests
Al-Jazzar Condemns Police Brutality, Killing Two During Mahalla Protests
Dr. Mohamed al-Jazzar, member of the MB parliamentary bloc, has submitted an urgent statement to the Premiere and Minister of Interior regarding the security forces randome shootings at demonstrators during protests in al-Mahalla al-Kubra since Tuesday, which resulted in the killing of two innocent young men ages 15 and 20, one of them is Ahmad Ali Mabrouk Hamadah, high school student, who was killed by random police bullet whole standing in his house balcony.
Thursday, April 10,2008 08:09
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Dr. Mohamed al-Jazzar, member of the MB parliamentary bloc, requested an urgent hearing for the Premiere and Minister of Interior regarding the security forces randome shootings at demonstrators during protests in al-Mahalla al-Kubra, which resulted in the killing of two innocent young men ages 15 and 20, one of them is Ahmad Ali Mabrouk Hamadah, high school student, who was killed by random police bullet while standing in his house’s balcony.
 
Al-Jazzar demanded an immediate and thorough investigation into police actions  and bringing those responsible to justice. He also confirmed that the teenage father was intimedated by local government officials when he requested an autopsy for his son’s body in order to determine the exact cause of death. 

The death of the second victim yesterday, Ahmed Abdel Kader, 20, triggerd massive condemnation and anger by the people in Mahalla. The victim was shot three times in the head and chest and was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival to the hopsital, according to hospital officials.


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