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Al Fayyum’s MB Detainees Released
Al Fayyum Court of First Instance witnessed on Saturday, June, 23, 2007 a heavy security presence as the security forces ringed the court building while hearing the petition of the defence of 41 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) detainees who were arrested on charge of distributing religious leaflets.
Saturday, June 23,2007 00:00
by Ikhwanweb
Al Fayyum Court of First Instance witnessed on Saturday, June, 23, 2007 a heavy security presence as the security forces ringed the court building while hearing the petition of the defence of 41 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) detainees who were arrested on charge of distributing religious leaflets.
 
The defense panel, led by Eid Sayed Abdallah, based its pleading on the invalidity of the arrest warrant because it had no cause and that all conditions of releasing are available. The court ordered them released.
 
The released Muslim Brotherhood members from Al Fayyum are:
 
Ahmed Ibrahim Mohamed
Mohamed Tawfik Solaiman
Mohamed Al Sayed Said
 Mohamed Mostafa Amin
 Mohamed Kilani Mohamed
Rajab Ahmed Arafa ( Kamal Arafa)
Gamal Abdullah Mohamed
Mohamed Marzouk Abdul Hamid
Ahmed Abdul Tawwab Saif Al Nasr
Wael Galal Rashad
Hussein Hassan Al Sayed
Mohamed Saber Ali
Hisham Saber Ali
 Mohsen Hussein Riyadh
Abou Obeida Abdul Rahman Mahmoud
Bakkar Marie Said
Amr Mohamed Hadid
Mohamed Sayed Abdul Rahim
Sayed Mahmoud Saadawi
Ali Al-Sayed Ahmed
Fathi Ahmed Abdul Sayed
Mahmoud Ahmed
Hamdi Mohamed Abdul Aal
Shamsuddin Hassan Mohamed
Salah Ghandour
Mohamed Yemeni Badawi
Abdul Salam Awwad Sallam
Mahmoud Mohamed Moawad
Ezzat Fathi Mohamed
Mohamed Ahmed Rabie
Hamada Sayed Said
Mohamed Abdul Fattah Abdullah
Ehab Ibrahim Abdul Ghani
Mohamed Mahmoud Ahmed
Salama Hashem Abdul Tawwab
Mahmoud Ramadan Abd Al-Fattah
Mohamed Ramadan Mohamed
Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed
Yasser Ahmed Radwan
Ali Mohamed Saad
 

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