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20 Muslim Brotherhood Members Referred to Military Court
20 Muslim Brotherhood Members Referred to Military Court
Junta authorities in Egypt refer 20 opponents of the coup to a military court, including two members of the Muslim Brotherhood's Guidance Bureau Dr Mohamed Wahdan and Dr Mohamed Elewa, with a whole list of farcical trumped up charges.
Sunday, June 21,2015 15:57
IkhwanWeb
The names of the 20 referred to military justice:

Mohamed Taha Wahdan

Saad Mohamed Elewa

Abdel-Fattah El-Sayed

Mohei El-Zayet

Osman Anani

Ashraf Waheed

Khaled Jamal

Mohamed Fahmi

Mohamed Eid

Desouki Azab

Reda Radwan

Wassim Zeinhom

Abdel-Rahman Mustafa

Mohamed Saeed

Sharif Abdel-Nasser

Ahmed Abu-Melih

Abdel-Rahman Salah

Omar Farooq

Adel Aref

Amr Fateh-Elbab

Coup authorities announced that this case will be considered by the Military Court in Huckestep (military zone) in a session on Tuesday - June 23, 2015.
tags: Muslim Brotherhood / MB / Coup / Anti-Coup / Security Forces / Egyptian Jails / Prison / Pro-Legitimacy / Egyptians / Revolution / Military Coup / Military Justice / Military Coup / Egyptian Army / Political Detainees / Guidance Bureau / Military Court
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