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Egypt: MB  detentions continue as rights denied
Egypt: MB detentions continue as rights denied
Prosecutors in Fayoum issued a 15 day extended detention order to 20 members of the MB movement. Detainees faced the same accusations in which the group has become accustomed to during the latest bout of acrimony by the ruling regime.
Thursday, March 4,2010 23:44
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Prosecutors in Fayoum issued a 15 day extended detention order to 20 members of the MB movement. Detainees faced the same accusations in which the group has become accustomed to during the latest bout of acrimony by the ruling regime.

 

Related, 8 MB members in Alexandria are expected to come before Prosecutors on Saturday February 6th after hearing was postponed. Officers banned food and belongings from entering to the detainees. The detainees were arrested from their homes in a pre-dawn raid after forces stormed their homes.

tags: MB Detainees / Crackdown / Renewed Detention / Executive Bureau / Crackdown On Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood
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