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14 consecutive orders for the re-arrest of activist Mosad Abo Fagr.
14 consecutive orders for the re-arrest of activist Mosad Abo Fagr.
The most recent accusation is that of Abo Fagr causing chaos and unrest by objecting to the unreasonable clauses set by banks in financing projects for the regular citizens.
Once again an issue was ordered for the re-arrest of activist Mosaad Soliman Hassan commonly known as "Mosad Abo Fagr". Despite release orders by Court earlier this week, the Interior Ministry has continued to order the issues and renew detentions in efforts to deter the activist and place obstacles in his cause "Bedna Naeesh" (We Want to live) Abu Fagr is known for his campaigning against the injustices practiced on the residents of Sinai. His arrest in 2007 has continued with either renewal of detentions or order for the re-arrest, the latest issued last July.
Sunday, October 18,2009 12:11
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Once again an issue was ordered for the re-arrest of activist Mosaad Soliman Hassan commonly known as "Mosad Abo Fagr". Despite release orders by Court earlier this week, the Interior Ministry has continued to order the issues and renew detentions in efforts to deter the activist and place obstacles in his cause "Bedna Naeesh" (We Want to live) Abu Fagr is known for his campaigning against the injustices practiced on the residents of Sinai. His arrest in 2007 has continued with either renewal of detentions or order for the re-arrest, the latest issued last July.
 
The most recent accusation is that of Abo Fagr causing chaos and unrest by objecting to the unreasonable clauses set by banks in financing projects for the regular citizens.
tags: Abu Fagr / Prisoners of Conscience / Human Rights in Egypt / Bedna Naeesh / We Want to live / Sinai / Sinai Bedouins / Bedouins
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