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Int’l Observers Denied Access to MB Trial, Al Shater’s Health Deteriorates
Int’l Observers Denied Access to MB Trial, Al Shater’s Health Deteriorates
Security services prevented both international observers Khurrum Wahid, a US lawyer specialized in terrorism affairs, and Nura Rosalie, the executive manager of the US Female Muslims Institute
Wednesday, September 26,2007 10:42
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Security services prevented both international observers Khurrum Wahid, a US lawyer specialized in terrorism affairs, and Nura Rosalie, the executive manager of the US Female Muslims Institute, from attending Wednesday"s sixteenth session of the military tribunal trying 40 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders, topped by engineer Khairat Al-Shater the MB second deputy chairman.
 
Abdul Moneim Abdul Maqsoud, the defence team chief, confirmed that the team will demand in today"s session ten days to study of financial report about which a three party committee gave its testimony during the 15th session. He pointed out that if the court refused to give them a sufficient period of time, the defence team will meet next week to take the appropriate decision after consulting the MB detainees referred to this military tribunal.
 
This is the second time in which Mr Wahid and Mrs Rosalie are denied access to attend the session as they were prevented from attending last Monday"s session.
 
In a related context, the symptoms of the diabetic foot resurfaced in the feet of engineer Khairat Al Shater- the MB second deputy chairman, after a purulent discharge emanated from the swollen toes, although they healed before. This made the committee doctors at the prison administration say three weeks after the presence of the purulent discharge to claim that he is not ill. Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zeid, a professor at the Faculty of Medicine Cairo University and detained pending the case, was changing the bandage of wound everyday.
 
The committee claimed also that his heart condition is good although his blood pressure was measured at that time, and it was 110 / 160 which poses risks to the health of Al Shater. He hasn"t undergone any heart examination so far.

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