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Military tribunal hostages anticipate release after 3 year detention.
Military tribunal hostages anticipate release after 3 year detention.
The anticipated and overdue release of Dr Beshr and 2 others from prison after a 3 year Martial Court sentence.
The Interior Ministry is expected to release Dr Beshr and 2 other members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement who were unjustly served a harsh 3 year sentence following a Military Tribunal.
Tuesday, January 12,2010 17:14
IkhwanWeb

 The Interior Ministry is expected to release Dr Beshr and 2 other members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement who were unjustly served a harsh 3 year sentence following a Military Tribunal.

 

The highly distinguished detainees hold reputable and honorable positions both within the Movement and the community. The detainees include:

 

Dr Mohamed Ali Beshr; Professor in the Faculty of Engineering, a member of the guidance bureau and former Treasure of the Engineers Syndicate

 

Eng. Medhat Alhaddad; Businessman

 

Dr Essam Alhasheesh:  Professor in the Faculty of Engineering Cairo University

 

The Detainees had been served these sentences on April 15, 2008 along with 25 other members both within Egypt and abroad.

 

Related, Dr Diyaa al-Deen Farahat is also expected to end his parole and will be released January 16, after also serving his 3 year sentence.

tags: Interior Ministry / Military Tribunal / Al Shater / Beshr / Essam Hashish / MB Executive Bureau / Bishr / Shater
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