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State security forces continue targeting high-ranking leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, including former MP
State security forces continue targeting high-ranking leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, including former MP
Friday morning saw the arrests of 15 leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood movement in Sharqia. Among those detained was former MP Dr Sayed Abdul Hamid who was visiting one of the movements' members.
Saturday, October 3,2009 15:29
IkhwanWeb

Friday morning saw the arrests of 15 leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in Sharqia. Among those detained was former MP Dr. Sayed Abdul Hamid, who was visiting one of the movements' members.

The detainees are currently being held illegitimately in an unknown location and had their houses raided after their arrests. Security forces confiscated books, documents, computers and discs from the houses of the detainees.
 

Dr Sayed Abdul Hamid

Sabry Abdul Maqsud

Dr Gamal Alsayed Abdul Alwahed

Khaled Shalaby

Dr Mahmoud Alhawary

Abdullah Abdul Qader

Mohamed Abdul Moeen

Mahmoud Alkashef

Khaled Alsayed Deif

Mohamed Yusef Atwa

Samir Soliman

Dawoud Abdul Rahman Tantawy

Hesham Alghatoury

Alsayed Abdul Mageed

Ahmed Awad

Government security has held large-scale arrests and crackdowns on members of the brotherhood and in particular highly ranked leaders and administrators. Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud the Brotherhood's Defense lawyer asserted to Ikhwanonline that "The continued arrests of the Brotherhood's members are unjust with no legal basis. The regime's futile attempts to deter the brotherhood's will, strength and persistence will continue to fail. The Muslim Brotherhood will continue to be available to the public even if there are sacrifices".


 

tags: Arresting / Muslim Brotherhood / Egypt / Prisoners of Conscience / Detention / Sharqia
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