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Court martialed Muslim Brotherhood detainees anticipate release.
Court martialed Muslim Brotherhood detainees anticipate release.
Phase one, of release for illegally court martialed MB's Tuesday, December 15...
It is expected that the Egyptian Ministry of Interior release on Tuesday, December 15, 9 members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement who were tried and sentenced. The 9 men who completed their 3-year sentence were among 25 other innocent members both within Egypt and abroad. Detainees were illegally tried and harshly sentenced by Martial court on April 15, 2008. Sentences varied from 3-10 years to all members.
Monday, December 14,2009 19:04
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It is expected that the Egyptian Ministry of Interior release on Tuesday, December 15, 9 members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement who were tried and sentenced. The 9 men who completed their 3-year sentence were among 25 other innocent members both within Egypt and abroad. Detainees were illegally tried and harshly sentenced by Martial court on April 15, 2008. Sentences varied from 3-10 years to all members.

 

The following detainees expected to be released include:

 

Dr Fareed Ali Ahmed Galbat

 

Dr Mahmoud Ahmed Mahmoud Abu Zeid

 

Eng. Ayman Ahmed Abdul Ghany Hassanein

 

Dr Salah Aldesouky Amer Murad

 

Dr Essam Abdul Mohsen Afeefy Mohamed

 

Eng. Mamdouh Ahmed Abdul Moety Husseiny

 

Sayed Maarouf Abul Yazeed Misbah

 

Fathy Mohamed Baghdady Ali

 

Mustafa Mohamed Mohamed Mahmoud Salem

 

 

Detainees who are expected to be released on January 12 after serving their terms include:

 

Dr Mohamed Ali Beshr

 

Eng. Medhat Alhaddad

 

Dr Essam Hasheesh

 

The three-year sentence will end on January 16 for:

 

Dr Diyaa al-Deen Farahat 

 

All detainees hold highly ranked, prominent and distinguished positions both within the community in general and within the Muslim Brotherhood movement in particular.

 

tags: Military Tribunals / Al Shater / Khairat Al Shater / Military Courts / Prisoners of Conscience / Ministry of Interior / Essam Hasheesh / Ali Beshr
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