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10 Cairo University Students Expelled, 70 Transferred To Investigations Before Exams
10 Cairo University Students Expelled, 70 Transferred To Investigations Before Exams
In a new escalatory step, Cairo University’s administration expelled ten MB students for periods ranging from a week to a month without laying any real accusations against them and transferred 70 others to investigations from the Dar El-‘Ulum, commerce, and sciences faculties.
Tuesday, May 12,2009 04:55
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In a new escalatory step, Cairo University’s administration expelled ten MB students for periods ranging from a week to a month without laying any real accusations against them and transferred 70 others to investigations from the Dar El-‘Ulum, commerce, and sciences faculties.

 

The expulsion and transferal decisions were based on charges of supporting Gaza, hanging up posters, and organizing festivals and graduation parties for faculty students.

 

MB students expressed their deep disappointment over the oppressive decisions issued against them and their astonishment to their timing questioning the real wisdom behind their issuance right before exams and assuming that the administration is trying to harm and distract them in any way.

 

The students further emphasized that no matter how much the administration oppresses them and no matter how much the investigations and disciplinary sessions, they will continue to carry.

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