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37 Detainees in The Day of Rage
37 Detainees in The Day of Rage
The number of detainees on the Day of Rage has reached 37 detainees of students and youth activists until the time of writing and the number is expected to increase in the next few hours.
Tuesday, April 7,2009 09:12
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The number of detainees on the Day of Rage has reached 37 detainees of students and youth activists until the time of writing and the number is expected to increase in the next few hours.

 

 In Ain Shams University the number of detained students has reached 9 students so far, among them: Ahmed Abdel Monem Abul Fotouh, Ibrahim Hindawy, Manour Nasser (MB Student), Ahmad Samir (Activist in the Committee for Defending Students Right) and Mohamed Hegazy.

 

In Sharqeya governorate, Al-Ghad Party activists Mohamed Abdel Rhman and Mohammed Yousef were arrested, while in Behera they arrested Ali Hossam Hussein Younes "Damanhour" and Nagah Riyad "Kom Hamada" from their homes.

 

It was decided that 12 of the detainees would be transferred to the prosecution of Bandar Kafr Elsheikh after being arrested on Saturday during a demonstration in front of the Court"s Complex protesting on the continued imprisonment of the two students Sarah Rezq and Omnia Taha and detainees are: Shams Awad El-Fakhakhry, Nour El-Din Hamdi, Ahmed Mohamed El-Gheiti, Mohamed Abdel Tawab Elsayed, Ahmed Atallah Fawwaz, Amr Abul Enen, Mahmoud Ibrahim, Medhat Shaker, Mohamed Hemeda, Salem Sayed, Mohamed Awad and Mohamed Hamasa.

 

As in Alexandria governorate, the decision of detaining Mohamed Ramadan for 15 days was issued while Tamer Said was released.

 

In Monoufeya governorate, Mamdouh Elnezamy (Coordinator of Kefaya Movement) is going to be transferred to the prosecution today, while the names of the other four detainees from Monoufeya University remain unknown.

 

In Fayoum governorate, Abdel Rahman Fares (one of 6 April Youth Movement"s Activists) was released, while Islam Nagy one of the movement"s activists in Port Said governorate was transferred to the prosecution on Monday evening.

 

Sara Rezk and Omnia Taha, who are still detained despite the issuance of a bailed release, should be added to the number of detainees.


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