• May 19, 2009

An Officer Pushes a Citizen from the Fourth Floor in Behera Arrest Campaign

An Officer Pushes a Citizen from the Fourth Floor in Behera Arrest Campaign

 
MB sources in Behera governorate affirmed that SSI during the arrest of 24 of Damanhour MB members who were at the hospitality of one of them called Ahmed Eid on Sunday evening 16th May 2009, Nagi El-Gammal SS officer threw Fares Barakat from the fourth flour of a building in Almawazin St. in Damanhour and he is currently in a very poor condition.
 
The sources revealed that the SS did not include Barakat with the 24 detainees due to his deteriorating condition and his transfer to Damanhour Educational Hospital in fear of legal accountability, pointing out to the fact that a medical report and minutes were issued once he arrived and that MB Group will submit a complaint to the Attorney General against the officer.
 
In the same context, a medical resource stressed that Fares Barakat entered the Hospital in a very poor condition on Sunday and is lying in the Intensive Care and suffers from four breakages in the pelvis, thigh, left leg and the bone of the nose, despite his previous suffering from an disability in the right foot.
 
For his part, MP Zakareya El-Ganayani (member of MB Parliamentary bloc-Behera) has submitted an urgent report to the Minister of Interior on the incident describing it as a flagrant violation of law, Constitution and freedoms and that it is adding to Egypt’s bad record of human rights.
 
The SS arrested 24 of Damanhour MB members on Sunday evening
and those are:
 
– Eng. Osama Soliman
– Ashraf Elkateb
– Mohamed El-Dahabi
– Mohmed Eid
– Saied El-Bakatoushy
– Ali El-Sheikh
– Ahmed Wahba
– Ahmed Hassanein
– Hany El-Bakatoushy
– Magdy Auda
– Mohamed Al-Eryan
– Emad Abdel Hafez
– Abdel Hakim Abdel Raouf
– Ahmed El-Sammad
– Saeed Mabrouk
– Mahmoud Abdel Nazeer
– Ahmed Abdel Mawgood
– Abul Fotouh Abul Yazeed
– Mohamed Abdel Rasheed
– Mohamed Salman
– Mohamed Zidan
– Khaled El-Meligi
– Mohamed Hassan Abul Hassan
– Mohamed El-Sakhawy
 
That was followed by a raid on the houses of detainees where there houses were searched and some of their personal belongings, books and papers were confiscated.