Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Wed78 2020

Last update15:28 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: News > MB News
Jail 6 MB Leaders Extended, 34 Students Released
Jail 6 MB Leaders Extended, 34 Students Released
The jail of six Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders, among the 40 MB leaders referred to a military court, was prolonged for 15 days pending trial.
Monday, February 12,2007 00:00

The jail of six Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders, among the 40 MB leaders referred to a military court, was prolonged for 15 days pending trial.

 



The MB leaders whose jail has been prolonged are:



Dr. Mohamed Ali Beshr (MB Executive Bureau member)



Dr. Eisam Hashish



Eng. Medhat Al-Haddad



Eng. Osama Sharby



Dr. Khaled Awda




Dr. Abd Al-Rahman Saudi .

 

In the same context, the Egyptian attorney general issued a decision of releasing 34 out of the 124 Al-Azhar University students whom the security services detained after a sportive performance carried out by the Muslim Brotherhood students in the university .

 

Cairo Criminal court issued a ruling last Jan., 31, 2007 of releasing 42 Al-Azhar, but the Interior Ministry issued another arrest warrant against them .

 

The students released by attorney general are :


- Ibrahim Saad Mohamed Zaghloul.



- Hani Mohamed Bakr.



- Walid Shahir Al-Din.



- Ahmed Al Sayed Fahim.



- Kamal Talaat Said.



- Walid Abdul Tawwab Abdul Gawaad.



- Mohamed Mohamed Ahmed Abdul Khalek.



- Mohamed Mahmoud Mohamed Mahmoud.



- Ashraf Ahmed Osman.



- Saad Amin Saad Mackee.



- Abdul Rahman Gad Al-Rab Mohamed.



- Hassaan Mohamed Mahmoud.



- Mostafa Hosni Salama.



- Islam Ahmed Ibrahim.



- Said Rajab Shalaqani.



- Hamada Mohamed Nour.



- Mohamed Mohamed Fathi.



- Mohamed Abdul Aziz Zeidan.



- Atiya Sayed Mohamed Abul Ela.



- Yasser Mohamed Abdul Halim.



- Karam Omran Abdul Rahman.



- Rami Sayed Mahmoud.



- Mohamed Abdul Moneim Gomaah.



- Abd Al-Rahman Ramadan Shahin.



- Mahmoud Fathi Salem.



- Ahmed Bindari Ibrahim.



- Ahmed Al Shazli Abdul Gawaad.



- Osama Mostafa Abdul Wahab.



- Mohamed Ibrahim Al Tahhan.



- Ahmed Al Tayyeb Mohamed.



- Ahmed Mohamed Abdul Raouf.



- Mohamed Gamal Kamel.



- Amr Abu Sreeh Hussein.



- Ahmed Mohamed Abdul Ma’bood.


tags: MB Leaders / Military Court / Khaled Awda / Essam Hashish / Attorney General / MB Students / Azhar University / Parade / Cairo Criminal Court / Interior Ministry / State Security
Posted in MB News , Youth , MB News , Youth , MB News , Youth , MB News , Youth  
Print
Related Articles
Alazhar students threaten to go on a hunger strike.
Azhar Students Protest Against Excluding Them From Hostel
Azhar Students Associate To Stand Up For Their Rights
Azhar Students Associate To Stand Up For Their Rights
Al-Azhar Students Protest for Their Colleagues
9 MB Al-Azhar Students Released, Reportedly Tortured
Al-Azhar Students Tortured, 9 Released Then
5 MB Azhar Students Dismissed, Others to Disciplinary Board
Serious Developments in Al-Azhar students Case
MB Criticized On Handling Al Azhar Students’ Case
Human Rights Watch Comment on Referring Civilians to Military Courts
Clark: Muslim Brotherhood Trial in Military Court Is ’Pitiful’
Former U.S. attorney general: MB trial in military court is ’pitiful’
Ramsey Clark Barred from Attending Military Court Session
Details of Sunday’s MB Military Court Session
Ruling On MB’s Appeal Against Military Court Tomorrow
Cairo Uni. Human Rights Committee Condemns Transferring Scientists to Military Court
MB Statement On Referring MB Members to Military Court
Acquittals For 3 Referred To Military Court