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MB Military Trial Adjourned till Wed. Dec, 26th
MB Military Trial Adjourned till Wed. Dec, 26th
he Egyptian Military Tribunal adjourned till Wednesday, Dec, 26th, 2007, its trial against forty Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders, topped by Khairat Al-Shater the second deputy chairman of the group and Mohamed Ali Beshr, a member of its Executive Bureau.
Tuesday, December 25,2007 13:05
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The Egyptian Military Tribunal adjourned till Wednesday, Dec, 26th, 2007, its trial against forty Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders, topped by Khairat Al-Shater the second deputy chairman of the group and Mohamed Ali Beshr, a member of its Executive Bureau.


                                                                         
Tuesday"s trial session, the 42nd session, heard the pleading of defense lawyers Hazem Abu Ismail and Ibrahim Hafez and heard to defense witnesses of internationally well-known geologist Dr. Khaled Awda.
The other pleading of the defense panel as well as defense witnesses are scheduled to be heard in tomorrow"s session Wednesday Dec. 26th, 2007.


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