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Angry protesters call for immediate release of political detainees
Angry protesters call for immediate release of political detainees
Hamdi Hassan from the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary bloc, called for participation from all walks of life.
Wednesday, April 21,2010 23:37
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Hamdi Hassan from the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary bloc, urged all politicians, human rights activists and leaders of non-governmental organizations to participate in the march from the Omar Makram Mosque in Cairo ’s central Tahrir Square to the Parliament's premises. The rally is scheduled to assemble when the PA resumes its next parliamentary round in order to condemn the unjustified arrests against politicians and dissidents.

 In today's statement, Hassan explained "The main purpose of the march is centred on appeals for the immediate release of all hostages kidnapped by security forces including April 6 Youth Movement member Tareq Khedr, blogger and Bedouin activist Massad Abu Fagr, MB political prisoners and university students.

The activist's campaign condemns the regime's oppressive measures and the government's repressive policies towards opposition and Egypt 's citizens.

tags: Protesters / Parliamentary Bloc / Hamdi Hassan / Human Rights Activists / Security Forces / April 6 Youth Movement / MB Prisoners / University Students / Egypt Citizens
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