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The victim of terrorism in Germany was three months pregnant: will  the silence remain?
The victim of terrorism in Germany was three months pregnant: will the silence remain?
Will Egyptian Diplomacy Intervene to Bring Back The Rights of The Murdered Muslim?
“They killed her because she was veiled”, these were the first words of Tarek El-Sheribi, brother of Dr. Marwa El-Sherbini the wife of the Egyptian envoy in Germany who died after getting stabbed in Dresden Court in Germany today morning.
Thursday, July 2,2009 14:39
Alyoum Elsabe

“They killed her because she was veiled”, these were the first words of Tarek El-Sherbini brother of Dr. Marwa al-Sherbini. She was the wife of an Egyptian envoy in Germany who died after being stabbed in Dresden Court in Germany this morning.
 

In his first press statement to “Alyoum Elsabe” El Sherbini claimed that Marwa,  his only sister had a son Mostafa who was three and a half and was also three months pregnant.  The last time she visited Egypt was six months ago. He added that she called her parents last Tuesday, the day before yesterday, to check  up on them.
 
Tarek said his sister was thirty years old and had received a Degree in Pharmacy in 2000. Marwa was working as a pharmacist in Germany. Her husband was supposed to receive his PhD this month and was worried about his wife’s health as she was kept in Intensive Care.
 
He stressed that “the Germans kept the crime a secret because it had taken place inside the court where Marwa was murdered because of her headscarf” he added “we want nothing but her rights back, because she was killed for  practising Islam even before she travelled to Germany… her parents still don’t know she was killed inside the court, all they know is that she died”.
 
Dr. Mohamed Gaber Abu Ali, Head of the Cultural Affairs and Missions in the Ministry of Education stated that Marwa El-Sherbini, the wife of the Egyptian envoy Elwi Ali Okaz and lecturer in the Genetic Engineering Institute, of Monoufeya University, had a personal scholarship from Max Blank Institute, was stabbed by a German citizen and died instantly, her husband was mistakenly shot  in the courtyard of Landes Gericht Dresden in Dresden City.

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