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Court issues release order for  hunger striking MBs
Court issues release order for hunger striking MBs
The Misdemeanors Appeal Court in Damanhour accepted the submitted appeal, demanding the release of Dr. Gamal Heshmat and Eng. Osama Suleiman
Friday, May 7,2010 01:59
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The Misdemeanors Appeal Court in Damanhour accepted the submitted appeal, demanding the release of Dr. Gamal Heshmat and Eng. Osama Suleiman who were unjustly arrested and detained. The decision came after Prosecutor ordered a 15 day detention to the MB leaders, and transfer to Borg el-Arab Prison
 
The order for their continued detention comes after they were arrested at one of the checkpoints on the outskirts of Damanhour in the Beheira governorate. Forces later ransacked and searched their houses
 
Both detainees staged a hunger strike in protest to the complete violation of human rights practiced against them which has caused illnesses after continuing for three days
tags: Hunger Strike / Heshmat / State Security / Police State / MB Detainees / Elections / Gamal Heshmat / Shura Elections / Prisoners on Conscience
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