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MB arrested after a conference against Agrium
MB arrested after a conference against Agrium
Egyptian State Security forces arrested Fekry Al-Adham, lawyer and Muslim Brotherhood candidate in the last Shura council elections, directly after a workshop was held yesterday night refusing building “Agrium” factory in Damietta governorate.
Thursday, May 22,2008 18:56
by Mohamed Elshinnawi IkhwanWeb

Egyptian State Security forces arrested Fekry Al-Adham, lawyer and Muslim Brotherhood candidate in the last Shura council elections, directly after a workshop was held yesterday night refusing building “Agrium” factory in Damietta governorate.

Al-Adham, who is a member of the coordination committee against “Agrium”, was not the first to be kidnapped and then arrested in Damietta recently, as Dr. Ahmed Al-Beili, chief of Muslim Brotherhood administrative bureau in Damietta, was kidnapped by the security forces earlier this month after a press conference held to refuse building “Agrium” factory inside Damietta city because of the health dangers threatening people living near the factory.

 


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