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Al-Shater in Detention: Putschists Try to Rob Egypt; Revolution Must Uproot Deep State
Al-Shater in Detention: Putschists Try to Rob Egypt; Revolution Must Uproot Deep State
In preparation for true democracy in Egypt where no party or faction is excluded, coup commanders arrest and detain thousands of leaders of the largest political parties, including the Muslim Brotherhood’s Khairat Al-Shater – its second in command.
Friday, July 19,2013 07:59
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 In a post on his Facebook page, Saad Al-Shater, the son of Khairat Al-Shater – deputy leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, said he visited his father in detention Thursday.


"He said there must be a revolution to uproot the corrupt who want to make a come-back to rob the country.

"He also said old regime holdovers are trying to loot the country’s resources. Nothing will stand in their way short of a real revolution that will uproot all the deep state."

Earlier, the South Cairo Prosecution Service renewed Al-Shater’s detention for 15 more days pending investigations on charges of incitement and attempted murder of protesters outside the Brotherhood’s headquarters in Mokattam.
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