- December 27, 2006
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30 Azhar students, Dr. Mohamed Hafez Jailed 15 days
The Higher State Security Prosecution in Cairo ordered, on Monday, jailing 30 Muslim Brotherhood students 15 days pending trial, within framework of latest Al-Azhar University incidents and the unjustified crackdown that the security services launched against MB leaders, topped by Eng. Mohamed Khayrat Al Shater – the group’s second deputy chairman.
Also, the prosecution jailed Dr. Mohamed Hafez – the owner of Hayat pharmaceutical company- who was detained on Sunday dawn along with a group of owners of companies and Islamic publishing houses for 15 days pending trial.
Another 30-student group of Al-Azhar students is scheduled to appear in front of the state security prosecution today and is expected to be jailed for 15 days as well.