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More than 100 Muslim Brotherhood Students Detained
More than 100 Muslim Brotherhood Students Detained
In continuation of the Egyptian regime’s systematic policy of indiscriminate and incomprehensible detentions against members of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Egypt, State Security Investigation personnel at the governorate of Assiut, in Upper Egypt, detained a hundred university students last night, Saturday, 15 April 2006, from the living quarters of non-local students.
Monday, April 17,2006 00:00
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In continuation of the Egyptian regime’s systematic policy of indiscriminate and incomprehensible detentions against members of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Egypt, State Security Investigation personnel at the governorate of Assiut, in Upper Egypt, detained a hundred university students last night, Saturday, 15 April 2006, from the living quarters of non-local students.
tags: MB Students / MB Detainees / Al-Erian / State Security / Emergancy Law / National Front for Change
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