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Al Shater’s Military Trial Adjourned Until next Sunday
Al Shater’s Military Trial Adjourned Until next Sunday
The Military Tribunal of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders adjourned their trial session till Sunday, Sep, 2nd, 2007.
Wednesday, August 29,2007 14:48
IkhwanWeb
The Military Tribunal of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders adjourned their trial session till Sunday, Sep, 2nd, 2007.
 
The eighth session of the military court has been held amid security harrassments against families of the MB leaders. No media coverage was allowed inside the court as well.
 
There are even increasing concerns over the deteriorating health of eng. Khairat Al-Shater, the second deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, who suffers from an infection in his legs due to pollution in prison and for being denied an appropriate medical treatment.

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