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Communication Accuses Interior Ministry Of Kidnapping Blogger Mohamed Adel
Communication Accuses Interior Ministry Of Kidnapping Blogger Mohamed Adel
Hassan Karim (lawyer of blogger Mohamed Adel) accused, in a communication which he filed on Sunday to the General Prosecutor, the Interior Ministry of kidnapping blogger Mohamed Adel without any reason, and concealing his place till now, in addition to storming his house last Friday, searching it and seizing his computer without the prosecution’s authorization, and asking his father to hand over everything belonged to Mohammed in the house
Monday, November 24,2008 04:56
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Hassan Karim (lawyer of blogger Mohamed Adel) accused, in a communication which he filed on Sunday to the General Prosecutor, the Interior Ministry of kidnapping blogger Mohamed Adel without any reason, and concealing his place till now, in addition to storming his house last Friday, searching it and seizing his computer without the prosecution"s authorization, and asking his father to hand over everything belonged to Mohammed in the house.

 
Mohamed Adel"s mother confirmed in statements to ikhwanweb that her son had been arrested; and that she deduced that because when they stormed into the house, they did not ask about her son as they know his place. She called upon the General Prosecutor to speed the investigation and to declare the cause or the place of her son"s arrest.

 
Egyptian SSI detained blogger Mohamed during his participation in the convoy of "Breaking siege on Gaza" last October, headed by Chancellor Mahmoud Al Khudairi, and he was released on the same day, but after a week a force from the SSI has raided the house of Mohammed Adel, just about a month ago, to arrest him, However, he was not in the house.

 
Tens of bloggers and members of the Movement of April 6  have sat in on Saturday evening, before the Office of the General Prosedutor to demand investigation on the disappearance of blogger  Mohamed Adel who runs the blog Maeit (already dead!).


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