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Cairo: Criminal Court stands by its release order for Muslim Brotherhood detainees
Cairo: Criminal Court stands by its release order for Muslim Brotherhood detainees
2nd consecutive release order for Beheira's detainees
The Criminal Court in Cairo decided on ruling in favor once again for the release of Mohamed Sweidan and nine other members of the Muslim Brotherhood who were arrested on September 26, 2009.
Saturday, December 19,2009 20:35
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The Criminal Court in Cairo decided on ruling in favor once again for the release of Mohamed Sweidan and nine other members of the Muslim Brotherhood who were arrested on September 26, 2009. The group had previously received a release order late November and it is expected the Interior Ministry respect the order.

 

The released detainees include:

 

Eng. Hosny Omar

 

Dr Hamdy Ebeid

 

Sobhy Altahan

 

Eng. Mustafa Alkhouly

 

Eng. Mohamed Abul Saad

 

Eng. Adel Younis

 

Hamed Badawy

 

Mohamed Alsharaky

 

Dr Adly Hussein

 

Dr Gamal Heshmat and Eng. Essam Algharabawy were both released earlier because of their ill health.

 

In a related issue Mohamed Abdul Rashid arrested in the renowned case of "Faris Barakat" in the media was transferred to the State Security Headquarters in Damanhour as a prelude to being released.

tags: Criminal Court / Muslim Brotherhood Detainees / Interior Ministry / Released Detainees / State Security
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