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Egyptian Police Storms Dakahlia, Arrests Dozens
Egyptian Police Storms Dakahlia, Arrests Dozens
Continuing the unjustified crackdowns of the Egyptian security forces, the residents of the village of Shaboul of Dakahlia’s Manzal, north of delta, were surprised with dozens of the Central Security soldiers and state security cars backed by armoured vehicles and police vans storming into the village on Saturday at 2.00 am, arresting dozens of people, destroying their furniture, seizing their money and mobile phones and destroying houses built on farms land. A curfew was imposed in the village until Saturday noon.
Monday, December 18,2006 00:00
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 Continuing the unjustified crackdowns of the Egyptian security forces, the residents of the village of Shaboul of Dakahlia’s Manzala, north of delta, were surprised with dozens of the Central Security soldiers and state security cars backed by armoured vehicles and police vans storming into the village on Saturday at 2.00 am, arresting dozens of people, destroying their furniture, seizing their money and mobile phones and destroying houses built on farms land. A curfew was imposed in the village until Saturday noon.
The security forces imposed the curfew from 2.00am till noon, after finishing their sabotage operations in the village, threatening families that anyone violating the instructions will be immediately arrested and charges will be unjustly fabricated against him.


They stole and took these sums of money using force, as a mere example: the house of Yasser Fathi Al Feqi: 500 pounds, the house of hajj Said Mansour: 300 pounds and a mobile and they beat his son, the house of Ali Mansour: 800 pounds, the house of Ahmed Mohamed Hassan: 500 pounds.


These are names of some of those detained:
1-Mohamed Mohamed Ali Mansour (Secondary school student )
2-Ahmed Mohamed Ali Mansour ( Prep school student)
3-Mohamed Saad Ali Mansour (Farmer 35 years )
 4-Islam Mahmoud Mohamed Zrmbh (Professional diploma )
5-Yasser Fathi Al Feqi (Agronomist )
6-Mahmoud Mahmoud Imam Al Shennawi (Employee in Al-Azhar)
7-Mohamed the blessing of God is Hegazi (Fishmonger – one of the village’s dignitaries)
8-Farag Shalabi Al Shennawi (Farmer - one of the village’s dignitaries)
9-Mohamed Farag Shalabi Al Shennawi (Farmer )
10-Yasser Mohamed Ibrahim Youssef Al-Shuhna
11-Ahmed Mohamed Hassan


The security took the detainees to the Manzala police station; It is worth mentioning that the village of Shaboul witnessed similar incidents during the era of previous Interior Minister, Zaki Badr, who stormed the village in a blatant way and arrested more than 1000 residents including women and tortured them, something increased the people’s rage towards the security and government and the atmospheres became tense in the village, and the use of weapons and violence increased and the government faced it with similar exercises.
Also, the scene recurred in a different way when the security forces tried to prevent voters from casting their votes in the latest parliamentary elections 2005 to the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate; this made people revolt and burn security vehicles and riots took place to the extent that the state security failed to contain them and left the residents in the run-off elections as it did not dare to resist them. Some think that the current campaign is likely a punishment to the village for what happened during the last elections.


tags: Police State / Security Forces / Parliamentary Elections / Emergency Law / Human Rights / Dakahlia
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