Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Thu93 2020

Last update18:06 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
Islamic bloc in Azhar University decries smearing campaign
Islamic bloc in Azhar University decries smearing campaign
GAZA, The Islamic bloc ( the academic wing of Hamas Movement) in the Fatah-controlled Azhar University has accused Thursday the university administration and the Fatah Shabiba bloc of leading a smearing campaign against it.
Saturday, October 18,2008 13:46


GAZA, The Islamic bloc ( the academic wing of Hamas Movement) in the Fatah-controlled Azhar University has accused Thursday the university administration and the Fatah Shabiba bloc of leading a smearing campaign against it.


The bloc also confirmed that the university administration and the Shabiba were to blame for the unfortunate incidents that occurred in the university campus over the past couple of days "for not reciprocating the positive stands of the Islamic bloc".


In a statement he issued in response to the university and Shabiba allegations, the spokesman of the Islamic bloc Ashraf Al-Ghafri affirmed, "Those allegations were baseless, and we believe there were suspicious hands working behind the scenes that was behind the violent acts that occurred on the campus".


"We are the keenest party on developing this educational edifice and uplift its students higher levels; yet those who attempt to distort and tarnish our image were known for their black records in beating professors and placing and detonating bombs under their chairs", asserted Ghafri.


Ghafri also reiterated his bloc"s readiness to bite the wounds and to extend their hands again to the university administration to work together for the good of the university and for the benefit of the students.


But he complained that no one in the University administration was willing to reciprocate the bloc"s positive stands, stressing that what had happen Thursday was a peaceful sit-in sanctioned by the University rules and regulations to protest the arbitrary dismissal of five students.


Yet, he added, the assault of Shabiba members on a female student affiliated with the Islamic bloc, who was rushed to the hospital and reportedly in critical condition, sparked the unfortunate clashes.


"What really surprised us was the twisting of facts on the part of the University administration as it knows very well that the Shabiba members were behind the criminal acts, including breaking the chairs and hurling hand grenades among other criminal acts, that took place on the campus; yet the administration insist on accusing the Islamic bloc of doing those acts… it seems they (panel of the university administration) want to send a message to their bosses [in Ramallah]", confirmed Ghafri.   



Posted in Palestine  
Related Articles
Kaddomi: PLO lost legitimacy
Egyptian legislator accuses Fatah of derailing Palestinian national dialogue
IOF troops kill third Palestinian young man in Ramallah
Hundreds of settlers invade Aqsa Mosque’s yards under police protection
Israeli interrogators force Palestinian female detainee to remove her Hijab
Hamas warns of third intifada if Israeli aggressions on Aqsa persisted
IOF troops shoot at hundreds of Palestinians in Nablus
Barhoum confirms Hamas’s excellent rapports with Palestinian Christians
Haneyya’s gov’t wants warlords in West Bank prosecuted
Ousting the quislings is sine qua non for national unity
Jewish extremists attempt pogrom against Arabs in Akka
The interior ministry urges Egypt to open Rafah crossing before stranded people
Professional syndicates: Attack on Akka is practical translation of Annapolis
Study: Jewish settlements doubled over 10 years
IOF troops kidnap eight Palestinians, prevent farmers from harvesting olives
Khudari deplores Israel for barring doctors from entering Gaza
Israel bars Hamas delegates in W. Bank from going to Cairo
Extremist Jews storm the Aqsa Mosque under army protection
Agha: The IOA executes "agricultural holocaust" against olive trees
Death of two young men raises to 249 the number of victims of the siege on Gaza
Livni: I look forward to a Palestinian state absorbing all refugees
Mashaal: Hamas sets no conditions for internal reconciliation
Hamas condemns raid on the home of imprisoned lawmaker and arrest of his son
Hamas condemns "false" media reports on rift between grassroots and leadership
Israeli occupation navy boats fire at Palestinian fishermen, wound one of them
MP Mansour: The world should act for the release of kidnapped lawmakers
Egyptian activists prepare to break the Gaza siege on Monday
IOF troops kidnap 9 Palestinians in various parts of the West Bank
Masri: Kushner’s visit to Palestine incomplete
GPA: Winter fuel crisis in Gaza because of the siege
When Will America wake up from her slumber?
In Defense of Sheikh Yousuf al-Qaradawi
Shimon Peres: murderer, liar and hypocrite
From Skokie to Um-el-Fahm
Gaza female prisoners in Israeli jails appeal for allowing family visits
One million signatures to be sent to UN to urge it to end Gaza siege
Fifth Palestinian child dies as a result of Fatah doctors’ strike in Gaza
IOF troops kidnapped 70 Palestinians from Nablus in August
Hebrew sources: Mofaz gave orders to IOF to kill 70 Palestinians daily
IOF troops kidnap four Palestinians