- Human RightsMB News
- November 17, 2009
- 5 minutes read
28 Alexandria MB students dismissed for Al-Aqsa Mosque
The Department of Faculty of Law at Alexandria University has issued a dismissal decision to 15 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) students for two weeks after holding an investigation of the students on charges of organizing demonstrations to defend the Al-Aqsa Mosque on campus.
The dismissed students include:
Abdul Rahman Al Sayed transferred his papers from the college and enrolled into a four-year private college at the beginning of the school year since he ended his liability along with Law student Ahmed Mohamed Said.
Related, the Dean of the faculty of commerce at Alexandria University has also issued a dismissal decision for 13 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) students after they were accused of hanging posters without his permission, and attacking the University’s staff while performing their official duties. MB students Moataz Mohamed and Anas Mahmoud Ahmed Kamel denied completely the accusations, indicating that their relationship with the college’s staff is very good.