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Arrests of Muslim Brotherhood leaders included Dr. Ezzat, Dr. Essam El-Erian, Dr. Al-Barr
Arrests of Muslim Brotherhood leaders included Dr. Ezzat, Dr. Essam El-Erian, Dr. Al-Barr
Onslaught included high-ranking figures in Brotherhood's Executive Bureau
Egypt's state security services launched a wide crackdown in the ranks of the Muslim Brotherhood on Monday February 2, 2010 just before dawn.
Monday, February 8,2010 15:04
Egypt's state security services launched a wide crackdown in the ranks of the Muslim Brotherhood on Monday February 2, 2010 just before dawn included up to the present moment the Brotherhood's deputy chairman Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat, a member of the Executive Bureau Dr. Essam el-Erian, and Dr. `Abdur-Rahman Al-Barr, a professor of Hadith and its sciences and a member of the MB Executive Bureau. 
 
They also raided the house of Dr. Mohi Hamid, also a member of the Executive Office but no one was at  home at the time.
 
In the Governorate of Cairo, State Security Forces arrested Ahmed Abbas. In Giza , they also arrested  Dr. Mohamed Saad Elewa, Head of Urology department in Bolaq el-Dakrour Hospita.
 
In the Egyptian Governorate of Sharqia, Dr. Mohammad Abdel Ghani, an ophthalmology professor, Hospitals of Medicine, Zagazig University and Islamic writer Waleed Shalabi were also detained.
 
In the Governorate of Assiut arrests continued with , Dr. Ali Abdel Rahim,  a professor in the Faculty of Engineering, Assiut University, Khalaf Thabit Hareedy, an Employee at Directorate of Education, Assiut.
 
In the Governorate of Alexandria, Security forces raided houses of Ibrahim Al-Sayyed, Ahmed Abdel-Ati and Mustafa Al-Sharbatly who are members of the Muslim Brotherhood's administrative office in  Alexandria .
Security forces also arrested Massad Qutb from the Egyptian Governorate of Gharbia. 
 
Abdul-Moneim Abdul-Maqsoud, the Muslim Brotherhood's lawyer, has ascertained that the arrests, are provocative and unjustified and the number of detainees are likely to rise where the group's lawyers are still gathering the names of detainees illegally held at SSI headquarters in all Egypt's governorates.
tags: MB Detainees / Arbitrary Arrests / Egyptian Parliament / Police State / Crackdown / Muslim Brotherhood leaders / MB Leaders
Posted in Prisoners of Conscience , Human Rights , MB News  
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Disgrace Asim
The Egyptian security services have in deed outsmarted the Zionists across the Sinai boarder in persecuting its decent citizens. Oh Fir'awn !! your doom is nearer than ever before. Your own violence will boomerang. Through patience, steadfastness and endurance the Truth will be successful, Insha Allah.
Monday, February 8,2010 15:54
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