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State Security's rampage result in arrests and confiscations of personal belongings.
State Security's rampage result in arrests and confiscations of personal belongings.
MP condemns barbaric invasion.
MP Hesham Alady condemned the insistence of the ruling regime's detentions of innocent members of society.
Sunday, December 13,2009 17:56
IkhwanWeb

    MP Hesham Alady condemned the insistence of the ruling regime's detentions of innocent members of society. Five leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood movement in his hometown Esna fell victims to the barbaric invasion by State security forces on their homes during dawn.

    

    The same routine followed the invasions where personal belongings including texts, books, papers, and computers where confiscated not only from the men but also their wives and children. The detainees were arrested after their houses were searched and were transferred to an unknown destination.

    

    The detainees include:

    

    Ahmed Ali Abady

    

    Bahaa Nasr el-Deen

    

    Hazem Abdul Dayem Hosny

    

    Dr Ahmed Abdul Fattah

    

    Abdul Dayem Mohamed Mahmoud

tags: Arrest / Personal Belongings / Barbaric Invasion / State Security Forces / Detainees / Crackdown / Attack / Violence
Posted in Human Rights , Democracy , MB News  
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