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MB students face unjust charges and detentions
MB students face unjust charges and detentions
MB students have felt the harsh injustices by the ruling regimes state security apparatus with interventions during activities by University guards and administratons. Measures including expulsion, remanding in custody and sexual abuses.
Sunday, April 4,2010 23:19
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Several MB university students have been suspended by the university's administration with numerous charges including anti-smoking campaigns and calls for supporting the Aqsa Mosque, and affiliation with the so-called Muslim Brotherhood. Other students from Menoufeya have been detained in custody after being hauled in to police stations in addition to testimonies of sexual abuses.

 

The Alexandria, Tanta, Fayoum, Zagazig, and Menoufeya universities have all suspended the students from periods ranging from 2 to 6 weeks despite students     

tags: MB Detainees / MB Students / Aqsa / Zagazig / Aqsa Mosque / Alexandria / Tanta / Fayoum / Repression / Freedom Of Expression / Egyptian Universities / Torture
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