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Ghozlan Detained Because MB Rejects Constitutional Amendments
The State Security forces arrested Dr. Mahmoud Gohzlan, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Executive Office; he is also married to sister of Mohamed Khairat Al Shater, the second deputy chairman of the MB. A huge number of plainclothed policemen broke into Ghozlan’s house at 8.30 AM on Monday, March, 12, 2007, headed by Osama Al Gabali who introduced himself as a state securit
Tuesday, March 13,2007 00:00
by Abdul Moneim Mahmoud, Ikhwanweb

The State Security forces arrested Dr. Mahmoud Gohzlan, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Executive Office; he is also married to sister of Mohamed Khairat Al Shater, the second deputy chairman of the MB.
 
A huge number of plainclothed policemen broke into Ghozlan’s house at 8.30 AM on Monday, March, 12, 2007, headed by Osama Al Gabali who introduced himself as a state security officer in Zayed’s branch in Giza; he told Dr. Ghozlan that he is under arrest and refused to show him any arrest warrant or prosecution permit.
 
They ransacked the house in a provocative way, seeking any papers or documents inside wardrobes to the extent that they searched pockets of shirts and suits; they took the house’s PC and a laptop of Mohamed, the elder son of Dr. Ghozlan.
 
The forces that broke into the flat held two women, who were in a visit to Dr. Ghozlan’s wife, inside a room for three hours so that they don’t make any phone calls making them fear that they may be detained.
 
The residents of the building in which Dr. Ghozlan is living were provoked by the scene that that they witnessed for the second time in less than two months, as Dr. Essam Hashish, a professor at the Faculty of Engineering Cairo University was detained and transferred to later to a military tribunal.
 
The residents asked mockingly the campaign officers whether Dr. Ghozlan is the one who made Al-Salam 98 ferry boat sink (a tragedy that claimed thousands of lives and was blamed on the government negligence), is Dr. Ghozlan the one who polluted the blood bags; one of the residents shouted in front of the soldiers and said:" I wished I were in Mauritania" and the crowds around the house shouted "state security: why are afraid of the Muslim Brotherhood", and " state security are security of the state of Egypt or the state of Israel.
 
The people stopped in front of the car in which Dr Ghozlan was taken and prevented it from moving until a special forces unit took Dr. Ghozlan out of the car and move him to in front of people to another car outside the cordon made by the crowds.
 
Mohamed, the oldest son of Dr. Ghozlan, said:" The regime confirms its repressive policy against opposition; my father was released only a year ago after serving five years due to a groundless charge and an oppressive military ruling that violates the competent judiciary and principles of human rights; he confirmed that "the regime insists on intimidating us through arresting our father again; what is paradoxical is that arresting my father, a university professor, coincides with releasing Dr. Hani Sorour who is accused of spreading polluted and infected blood bags among Egyptians; Dr. Ghozlan’s son asked mockingly also" is my father Al-Maadi serial killer whom the security services failed to identify or arrest.
 
In a provocative act from officer Osama Al Gabali, he stormed into the house of Dr. Essam Hashish, who is currently jailed, and he ransacked the flat and mocked at his wife who he threatened at the beginning with breaking the flat door unless she opens it quickly.
 
Dr. Mahmoud Ghozlan, 58 years, is a professor at the Faculty of Agriculture, Zagazig University, and he is specialized in a rare branch in biochemistry; he was previously jailed for five years by a ruling of a military court on the 2001 case dubbed as "the case of university professors".
 
Ghozlan is suffering from hypertension and heart disorder which he developed during the previous five-year prison sentence.
 
The detention of Dr. Ghozan is considered by analysts as the first reaction from the regime on the declared outright rejection of the Muslim Brotherhood and other political powers to the constitutional amendments proposed by president Mubarak and their declaration that they will boycott the sessions of the legislative committee in the people’s Assembly.

Muslim Brotherhood Leaders, Members Detained Tuesday March, 13, 2007
 

Name
 

Job

Governorate
Dr. Mahmoud Ghozlan
MB Executive Bureau member, agronomy professor at Zagazig University
Giza
Dr. Mohamed Saad Eleiwa
Urologist at Boulaq Hospital
Giza
Dr. Gamal Nassar

PhD in philosophy

Giza
Dr. Muhi Hamed
Otorhinolaryngologist
Sharqiya
Dr. Mostafa Al Ghoneimi
gynecologist
Gharbiya
Mohamed Al Sorougi
Al-Geel Al-Muslim school principal
Gharbiya
Mohamed Al Qassas
Works in artistic production
Cairo
Eng. Sherif Al Sayed Ahmed
Engineer in Damietta port
Damietta
Eng. Ahmed Al Nagar
Engineer in Damietta port
Damietta
Amr al-Zaki
Graduate from the faculty of commerce
Damietta
Ibrahim Ramadan
Azhar teacher
Shubra
Mohamed Raafat
Teacher
Shubra
Ahmed Al Hit
Social worker
Shubra
Ramadan Abdelcader
Teacher
Shubra

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