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Dr. Abul-Fotouh attends discussion on Abdul-Khalek's PhD thesis.
Dr. Abul-Fotouh attends discussion on Abdul-Khalek's PhD thesis.
Dr. Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh, recently released detainee, and Member of the Executive Bureau of the Muslim Brotherhood, and Secretary-General of the Arab Doctors Union, attended the discussion of a Doctoral Thesis submitted by Mr. Mohamed Farid Abdel Khaliq, 94, one of the Muslim Brotherhood's pioneer and first generation. The thesis on "Al-Hesbah in the sight of people with prestige and power" was discussed and examined Tuesday evening at the Faculty of Law, Cairo University.
Friday, November 20,2009 02:33
by ikhwanweb IkhwanWeb
tags: Dr. Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh / Detainee / The Executive Bureau / The Arab Doctors Union / Hassan Al-Banna / The Prophet Muhammad / Fotoh / Foutoh / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood
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