10 Islamic Studies Students Dismissed from Damietta College
10 Islamic Studies Students Dismissed from Damietta College
Tuesday, December 5,2006 00:00

In a full submission to the State Security Police instructions, Al-Azhar’s Islamic Studies College (men) issued decisions of dismissing ten Muslim Brotherhood students due to their participation in the demonstrations against Beit Hanoun massacres.
 
The decision included dismissing student Ahmed Salah Abdul Ghaffar Abdul Ghani, second year sharia department, for a month, banning student Asaad Atef Abdou Al Abbasi, second year Sharia department, from attending the Research exam of the second term 2006/2007, banning student Yahia Zakariya Fouad Ghaly, second year Arabic department, from attending the research exam of the second term 2006/2007, dismissing student Mohamed Shaaban Hafez Qotb second year Arabic department, for a month, dismissing student, Fathi Ibrahim Shehata, second year Theology department for a month, and banning student, Zaher Mabrouk Qasem, fourth year Theology department from attending the exam of analytic interpretation in the first term 2006 / 2007.


Also, the decision included dismissing student, Abdul Hamid Mohamed Al Hamadouni, fourth year theology for a month, and dismissing student Hossam Hassan Mohamed Hassan, fourth year theology for a month, and dismissing student Mamdouh Abdul Aal Ibrahim, fourth year theology for a month, and banning student Sameh Mohamed Maqlad, third year theology from attending the exam of the Foreign in Interpretation in the first term 2006 / 2007.


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