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Habib: Egyptian Regime Increases Political Tensions
The Muslim Brotherhood group lashed out at the Egyptian regime’s measures that stoke tensions in the country following Monday’s unjustified detentions. In the first reaction from the Muslim Brotherhood towards the latest crackdown in which the security services arrested Dr. Mahmoud Ghazlan, a members of the MB Executive Bureau, and other 9 MB leaders, Dr. Mohamed Habib, the deputy
Tuesday, March 13,2007 00:00
by Al Saeed Abbadi, Ikhwanweb

The Muslim Brotherhood group lashed out at the Egyptian regime’s measures that stoke tensions in the country following Monday’s unjustified detentions.
 
In the first reaction from the Muslim Brotherhood towards the latest crackdown in which the security services arrested Dr. Mahmoud Ghazlan, a members of the MB Executive Bureau, and other 9 MB leaders, Dr. Mohamed Habib, the deputy chairman of the group, said in a statement to Ikhwanweb that:" The latest sweep of arrests is unjustified and is only increasing tensions, specially under the current conditions the require a national consensus towards many various issues .
 
"The Egyptian government is only increasing the state of public anger towards its policies through directing more blows to the Muslim Brotherhood, the biggest and most important political group in Egypt" added Habib.
 
Habib pointed out that this campaign is the government’s only response to the Muslim Brotherhood MP’s rejection to the constitutional amendments and announcing that they will boycott the sessions of the People’s Assembly on 19 to 20 March, in which the constitutional amendments will be voted in it.
 
The MB first deputy leader added that this campaign aims also at directing strong blows to the MB leaders in order to cause confusion inside it and to cut off contacts among its leaders nationwide, specially during this stage.
 
And Habib denied that there is any deal between the Muslim Brotherhood group and the Egyptian government and that the continuous detentions against the group practically prove this .
 
Regarding the the MB’s reported silence towards the military courts and the continuous detentions, Habib said the Muslim Brotherhood did not and will never stop short of fighting the injustice carried out by the regime against; but the group is studying the situation well and gives the appropriate reactions that achieve its targets.
 
It is worth mentioning that the security forces arrested on Monday evening:

Dr. Mahmoud Ghazlan, a member of the MB Executive Bureau,
Mohamed Al Qassas, an MB young leader
Dr. Mohamed Saad Eleiwa, MB leaders in the governorate of Giza,
Dr. Mohie Hamed, from governorate of Sharqiya,
Dr. Mostafa Al Ghoneimi, from governorate of Gharbiya,
 
And they broke into the house of Dr. Gamal Nassar, but they didn’t find him and he went to them and surrendered on Tuesday morning.
 
The security forces arrested on Tuesday predawn, March, 13 , 2007, three Muslim Brotherhood young men from the governorate of Damietta:
Sherif Al Sayed Ahmed, an engineer in Damietta port,
Ahmed Al Nagar, an employee in Damietta port,
Amr Zaki, graduate from the faculty of commerce.

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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