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Urgent statement on the disappearance of MB leader
Urgent statement on the disappearance of MB leader
MP Moshen Rady, from the Muslim Brotherhood Parliamentary bloc, submitted an urgent statement to the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior on the disappearance of Nasr Elsayed Hassan, the MB leader.
Monday, April 5,2010 19:40
IkhwanWeb

 The MB leader is from the Qalyoubeya governorate, and since he was summoned by  State Security Services last Sunday there has been no news of his whereabouts.


The MP called for investigating the reasons and the place of his detention.


Lawyer, Abdel Hakeem Eldeeb sent telegraphs to the Prime Minister and Prosecutor General to investigate the disappearance of Hassan.

 

tags: MB Bloc / MB MPs / Ministry of Interior / Nazif / Moshen Rady / Muslim Brotherhood Parliamentary Bloc / State Security / Crackdown / Crackdown On Muslim Brotherhood
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