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Release orders for 15 MB members contested.
Release orders for 15 MB members contested.
The appeals court in Meet Ghamr decided on issuing a release order for 15 of Dakahleya's Muslim Brotherhood members however the release order was challenged and a further hearing is expected to take place Wednesday, November 11.
Wednesday, November 11,2009 15:42
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The appeals court in Meet Ghamr decided on issuing a release order for 15 of Dakahleya's Muslim Brotherhood members however the release order was challenged and a further hearing is expected to take place Wednesday, November 11.

 

The detainees include:

 

Dr Mohamed Khaled Aldeeb

Essam Abdul Hameed Sharaf el-Deen

Mohamed Yusuf Sonbal

Amir Mohamed Alaswar

Gamal Aboul Rous

Dr Alaa Soweilum

Abdallah Abdul Qader

Adel Mohamed Sonbal

Shaker Mohamed Attia

Sayed Talaat

Mohamed Abdul Aziz Imbaby

Mohamed Abdul Hamid Aweis

Ayman Abdul Hay Zoghbar

Ibrahim Aladl Ghoneim

Ali Sayam

Mohamed Othman Elgenedy

 

Ahmed Hassanein however, was denied a release order.

 

In a related context the Criminal Court in Mansoura decided on issuing a released order to Amgad Alsalkawy.

 

tags: MB Detainees / Dakahleya / Mansoura / Criminal / Dakahlia / Dakahlea / Criminal Court
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