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Families of MB Military Detainees Mark 1st Anniversary with Vigil
Families of MB Military Detainees Mark 1st Anniversary with Vigil
More than 100 children and women and relatives of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders referred to the military tribunal, staged a vigil on Saturday in front of the National Council for Human Rights, protesting at maintaining the detention of their loved ones and marking the first anniversary of transferring them to the military tribunal.
Sunday, December 16,2007 08:42
IkhwanWeb

 
More than 100 children and women and relatives of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders referred to the military tribunal, staged a vigil on Saturday in front of the National Council for Human Rights, protesting at maintaining the detention of their loved ones and marking the first anniversary of transferring them to the military tribunal.
 
The families of the detainees offered a memo to the National Council for Human Rights, demanding an immediate release for their loved ones and referring them to natural civil justice, ending the unjust decision of freezing their assets and reopening their closed businesses.
 
For her part, Zahraa Al Shater, daughter of Khairat Al Shater the second deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, said this vigil aims to submit a memo to the National Council for Human Rights, protesting at the detention of our loved ones whose only charge is demanding reform and that they fight tyranny and corruption and are entrenched with people. These actions made the Egyptian regime refer them to the military court.
 
Jihan Eilawa, wife of MB leader Hassan Malek, said they were in a visit to the MB detainees in Tora prison farm and they ended the visit quickly to go to the National Council for Human Rights to demand the release of their loved ones, specially that this will be the third Feast which the children will spend without their fathers
















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