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Egypt Security Forces Kill Ammar, Muslim Brotherhood Leader Badie’s Son on Friday of Anger
Egypt Security Forces Kill Ammar, Muslim Brotherhood Leader Badie’s Son on Friday of Anger
The son of the Brotherhood’s Chairman Badie – Ammar – was killed, along with dozens of peaceful demonstrators, by vengeful Sisi’s forces.
Saturday, August 17,2013 15:42
IkhwanWeb

 A short while ago, Dr. Mohamed Badie, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Chairman, received the news of the death of his son Ammar. He died of a gunshot wound he sustained in the Friday of Anger protests in Cairo yesterday.


The martyr Ammar participated in non-violent demonstrations in the vicinity of Al-Fateh Mosque in Cairo with thousands of Beni Suef residents, of whom dozens were killed and injured by Sisi militias who attacked them with live bullets.

Thirty-eight year old Ammar is the middle son of the Brotherhood’s general guide, was a computer engineer, married and had two children.
 
tags: Muslim Brotherhood / Badie / Sisi / Protests
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