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Ikhwanweb’s Chief Editor Detention Extended Two More Weeks
Ikhwanweb’s Chief Editor Detention Extended Two More Weeks
State Security Prosecution ordered the temporary detention of Khaled Hamza, Ikhwanweb editor-in-chief, extended for 15 more days.
Tuesday, April 1,2008 12:39
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State Security Prosecutor ordered the temporary detention of Khaled Hamza, Ikhwanweb editor-in-chief, extended for 15 more days.
 
The Prosecution has earlier ordered extending Hamza’s detention in mid March for 15 days. However, his detention was renewed today, along with a number of his colleagues detained in the same case, for another 15 days.
 
Khaled Hamza, Tarek Abdul-Baqi, and Hassan Mokhtar were transported to the hospital this morning where they are expected to stay till the end of their detention period due medical complications.

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