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MB deputy chairman Ezzat: We will continue our call for reform
MB deputy chairman Ezzat: We will continue our call for reform
Dr Mahmoud Ezzat confirmed to Ikhwanweb that they would continue in their cause stressing that Islam was a blessing which should be appreciated.
Wednesday, April 7,2010 22:58
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In his first interview on release deputy chairman for the MB Dr Mahmoud Ezzat was notably pleased on the restoring of the freedom of the group, attributing their release on the work of the defense team. Ezzat confirmed to Ikhwanweb that they would continue in their cause stressing that Islam was a blessing which should be appreciated. He advised all members to continue in their cause and not be threatened by the idea of detention highlighting that the days in which he and his colleagues were in prison were tranquil and serene

 

Ezzat called on authorities to reassess the measures they are pursuing arguing that their energy should be directed to the reform and progress of the country rather than the unjust detentions of innocent civilians


tags: Ezzat / Democracy in Egypt / Egyptian Regime / Egyptian jails / Egyptian Police / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB / Judicial System / Mahmoud Ezzat
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