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Court orders release of MB leader Ismail Hamed
Court orders release of MB leader Ismail Hamed
The Supreme state security prosecution in Cairo determined the unconditional release of Muslim Brotherhood leader Ismail Hamed in Alexandria
Saturday, August 14,2010 03:04
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The Supreme state security prosecution in Cairo determined the unconditional release of Muslim Brotherhood leader Ismail Hamed in Alexandria on August 12 after he was abducted from his home by security forces late last month.
It was predetermined that he remain in custody for 15 days but a decision was made later to release him since the international network case he was involved in was closed forcing security to order his release.
tags: State Security / MB Leader / Security Forces / MB Prisoners
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