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Two weeks after detention, Al-Moneer’s family fails to find him
Two weeks after detention, Al-Moneer’s family fails to find him
The place of Mamdouh Al-Moneer, the blogger arrested by the Egyptian state security forces previously, remains a mystery despite the family attempts to find him after he was arrested fifteen days ago.
Wednesday, April 23,2008 09:41
IkhwanWeb

 
The place of Mamdouh Al-Moneer, the blogger arrested by the Egyptian state security forces previously, remains a mystery despite the family attempts to find him after he was arrested fifteen days ago.

 Four security forces members, including one dressed in military uniform, have arrested him on Tuesday (April 8th) at dawn, seizing many of his books and personal belongings.

 Mamdouh Al-Moneer, the author of the blog www.almonnir.blogspot.com, is a member in the Muslim Brotherhood who has a large number of articles in many websites.


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