Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: Issues > Human Rights
Faiom Detainees Go On Hunger Strike Against Maltreatment & Denying Food And Medicines
Faiom Detainees Go On Hunger Strike Against Maltreatment & Denying Food And Medicines
The detainees of Faiom who are kept in Sannouras custody went on hunger strike on Thursday October 23rd in protest against their miserable conditions at the prison. Detainees suffer from mistreatment at the prison as well as the high
Friday, October 24,2008 16:56
by Mostafa Radwan IkhwanWeb

The detainees of Faiom who are kept in Sannouras custody went on hunger strike on Thursday October 23rd in protest against their miserable conditions at the prison.

Detainees suffer from mistreatment at the prison as well as the high humidity levels of the custody room due to continuous water drops. The toilet has no doors. Officer Amer Abdul Maqssoud, the commissioner of the police station, denied them food, covers, and medicines.

Faiom prosecution decided on Wednesday October 22nd the imprisonment of 12 MB detainees for 15 days pending investigations on charges of joining an outlawed Brotherhood group, violating the citizens’ freedom, breaking the constitution, involving in terrorist actions, and working on ousting the regime.

Only six of them are detained in Sannouras prison; blogger Mohamed Khairi Gamil, Khalifa Mohamed, Mahmoud Abdul Mohsin, Mohamed Khalifa, Mohamed Hussein, and Mohamed Mansour. Mohamed Hussein and Mohamed Mansour were ordered released by Faiom prosecution and in wait for the Interior Ministry’s challenge of the release decision.


Posted in Human Rights  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
Arrest Attempt of Three Students and Security Harassments at Fayyum University
Media forum and journalist bloc slam PA and Israel for arresting journalists
43 Arrested For Supporting Gaza
Alexandria Court Releases 15 MBs, Seven Others Arrested at Suez Canal University
Islamic Preacher Arrested with Eight Other MBs
Egypt Police Block Gaza Convoy, Arrest Activists
Hamas condemns raid on the home of imprisoned lawmaker and arrest of his son
MB MP: Eid Arrests, Proof of Regime’s Failure In Confronting MB Activity
Egyptian SSI Arrest 7 Muslim Brotherhood Youth
Fire destroys Egypt’s National Theater, two workers arrested
Egypt Police Arrests 15 Muslim Brotherhood Students, Professor
Police Arrests Kefaya Leader Karima Al Hifnawi, Four April 6 Activists
Four Muslim Brothers Arrested From Asharqia Governorate
Why We Were Falsely Arrested
After Arresting NDP Official, Economic Expert Expects “A Settling Of Accounts Among The Powerful”
Arrest Warrant for MB Mosque Imam and Preacher
Egypt Police Arrests Four Muslim Brothers
Five Muslim Brothers Released, Four Arrested
Egyptian SSI Arrest 20 Muslim Brotherhood Youth, Ex-MP
Arresting An Infant Shows Unprecedented Police Brutality: Rights Group
The State Security Arrest a Blogger under the State of Emergency Law
Security Forces Arrest Four In Upper Egypt
14 Muslim Brothers Arrested, Four Released
Ten Muslim Brotherhood Leaders Arrested in Mansoura, Egypt
15 activists arrested at Sidi Bishr in Alexandria, Ahmed Maher among them
New Arrest Warrant against MB Blogger Al-Monayer
Mass Arrests of Internet Activists in Egypt Yesterday and Abduction of Ahmed Maher in Alexandria
Security Forces Arrest 16 April 6 Activists
Egypt SSI Arrest 39 Muslim Brothers
Port Said Police Arrests the Blogger Tamer Mabrouk
Three MBs Arrested in Alex, One in Dosouq
38 Muslim Brothers Jailed in Kafr El-Sheikh, One Arrested in Alex
Arresting 100 MB Advocates from Electoral March
Six Medicine Students Arrested, 18 Released in Alex
Arresting Sheikh Wagdy Ghoneim in Johannesburg
Muslim Brotherhood Columnist Arrested in Mahalla
Five Muslim Brothers Arrested for Showing Solidarity with Palestine
Nine MB members arrested today
Security Forces Arrest Three MB College Students
MB arrested after a conference against Agrium