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MB Leader Appeals to Release the Two Kidnapped Egyptians in Iraq
MB Leader Appeals to Release the Two Kidnapped Egyptians in Iraq
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader, Muhammad Akef, exhorted the kidnappers of the crimeless Egyptians in Iraq to set them free. The abducted Egyptians ,Abdel Aal Muhammad Abdel Aal and Amer Othman Abdul Aziz, work drivers in Iraq. Akef pressed for their release because their capture lasts for six months and they have no hands in Iraqi developments. On Jun 19th, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader called on the immediate release of the American reporter, Jill Carroll, in order to pass lurkers the opportunity of trashing the image of Iraqi resistance boiling it down to mere terrorist acts to justify the U.S.-led aggression.
Thursday, January 26,2006 00:00
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The Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader, Muhammad Akef, exhorted the kidnappers of the crimeless Egyptians in Iraq to set them free. The abducted Egyptians ,Abdel Aal Muhammad Abdel Aal and Amer Othman Abdul Aziz, work drivers in Iraq. Akef pressed for their release because their capture lasts for six months and they have no hands in Iraqi developments. On Jun 19th, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader called on the immediate release of the American reporter, Jill Carroll, in order to pass lurkers the opportunity of trashing the image of Iraqi resistance boiling it down to mere terrorist acts to justify the U.S.-led aggression.
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