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Breaking News: Detained MB leaders begin hunger strike
Breaking News: Detained MB leaders begin hunger strike
According to reliable sources, the Muslim Brotherhood leaders Dr. Gamal Heshmat and Eng. Ossama Suleiman have just begun a hunger strike protesting the unjust arrest during a surprise raid by security.
Wednesday, May 5,2010 00:25
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 According to reliable sources, the Muslim Brotherhood leaders Dr. Gamal Heshmat and Eng. Ossama Suleiman have just begun a hunger strike protesting the unjust arrest during a surprise raid by security. Investigations are currently underway. No reports as yet to charges levelled.

Update: 

A 15 day detention order was issued to both MB leaders, Heshmat and Suleiman. Both are still on a hunger strike which they  began on arrest.  
 

tags: Heshamt / MB Detainees / State Security / Hunger Strike / Police State / Gamal Heshamt / MB Leaders
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