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10,000 in Female Backing Gatherings for the MB
10.000 in Female Backing Gatherings for the MB Dr. Makarm el-Deary, the Moslem Brotherhood’s nominee in Nasser City, participated in the four female gatherings arranged, on Nov.17, to support the Moslem Brotherhood candidates in Alex.   These four massive assemblies were organized at the districts of el-Ramel, el-Montzah, Kharbal and Krmoz, each  was attended b
Saturday, November 19,2005 00:00
by Ikhwan Web,

10.000 in Female Backing Gatherings for the MB

Dr. Makarm el-Deary, the Moslem Brotherhood’s nominee in Nasser City, participated in the four female gatherings arranged, on Nov.17, to support the Moslem Brotherhood candidates in Alex.

 

These four massive assemblies were organized at the districts of el-Ramel, el-Montzah, Kharbal and Krmoz, each  was attended by 2000 women.

 

El-Deary talked about the first stage of election and its benefits in Nasser City. She also said that the MB’s candidate won in Nasser City in spite of frauds. But the more important gain is the increasing popularity of the Moslem Brotherhood. In addition, the MB’s candidate achieved a success despite the unhealthy conditions of corruption, using outlaws, vote buying, and other infringements.

 

On his part, Khaled el-Badoy delivered a speech about the growing support for the Moslem Brotherhood among the people, saying that people become aware of the need for change. He urged Alex residents to participate effectively in the polls, due to be held on Nov.20th.

 

In addition, Huda Abdul Mona’m, an attorney, tackled the political role of women.

 

At these four assemblies, the Moslem Brotherhood’s nominees uncovered likely frauds to be committed in the election such as electoral-register rigging, and collective electoral enrollment. They added that the nominees of the National Democratic Party are unable to catch up with the MB’s candidates, so they resort to dishonest actions such as hiring outlaws to disturb and attack supporters of the MB’s candidates on the polling day. However, the audience clearly voiced their back for the MB’s candidates defying any threats.

 

Before these meetings, the participant women went on marches to announce their support to the MB’s nominees in their districts. 

 


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