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MB senior leaders arrested
MB senior leaders arrested
Government's suppression continues as State security engage in crackdowns.
Tuesday, April 20,2010 17:54
IkhwanWeb

In a new escalation of government's suppression State security launched fierce crackdowns on high ranking Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Menofiya, arresting 8.

 

 

Detainees include engineers, doctors, professors and lawyers namely:

 

 

Al Badr Abdel Aziz al-Falah

Dr. Osama Al-Obeid

Saad Abul Enien

Dr. Ahmed Shawki Amar

Dr. Ibrahim Bishtawi

Mohamed al-Mahdy


 

tags: MB Detainees / MB leaders / Arrested / State Security / Menofiya / Detainees / Ruling Regimes / University Professors
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