Depriving 5 Students from Their exam and dismissal of Another 20 in Suez
|Sunday, April 19,2009 00:46|
In a new molestation against MB students in the Egyptian universities, the administration of the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, decided to deprive five MB students from entering the exams of two subjects in the finals on charges of helping their colleagues by providing them with notes and study materials to help them in their exams as well as explaining the subjects for them.
In the same context, the administration of the Suez University has issued a decision to dismiss 20 of MB students for an undetermined period of time.
This comes after a week of MB students organizing the 6th Islamic Art Festival and the assaults by hireling thugs and the guards of the university.
One of the dismissed students said “I’ve been dismissed on charges of assaults on Union Students, bullying and organizing comic plays, despite having all students have witnessing the assaults carried out by thugs and union students against MB students during the festival in addition to throwing stones, lifting granaries and attacking them with belts”
16 of MB students had a judicial decision last Tuesday to stay the execution of the university president ‘s decision to dismiss them for a whole semester, after hanging paintings on the war on Gaza.