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3 MB Leaders detained in Egypt’s Dakahlia
3 MB Leaders detained in Egypt’s Dakahlia
The state security forces in Mansoura arrested on Tuesday at dawn 3 Muslim Brotherhood leaders of the Dakahlia governorate, within framework of the unjustified crackdown that the Egyptian authorities are carrying out against the Muslim Brotherhood and its leaders.
Tuesday, January 2,2007 00:00
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 The state security forces in Mansoura arrested on Tuesday at dawn 3 Muslim Brotherhood leaders of the Dakahlia governorate, within framework of the unjustified crackdown
that the Egyptian authorities are carrying out against the Muslim Brotherhood and its leaders.


The detentions include Dr. Hamed Mansour, a specialist of Dermal Diseases, Dr. Mohamed Abdul Rahman, a cardiologist in the Shirbin public hospital, Eng. Mohamed Zakariya the head of the Auto Department in Al-Huda Wal-Nur Islamic schools in Mansoura.
 
It is worth mentioning that Dr. Mohamed Abdul Rahman suffers from a previous fracture that he had during his previous detention last year as he spent about six months inside Mansoura public prison.


tags: Dakahlia / Mansoura / Egyptian Authorities / State Security
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