Detention of 14 Dakahlia MBs Prolonged
Dakahlia prosecution prolonged on the detention of 14 MB detainees in Mit Ghamr for 15 days after a Mit Ghamr policemen claimed that the supporters of the MB candidate Dr. Khaled Al Dib assaulted him during an election rally.
Dakahlia prosecution prolonged on Wednesday June, 20th, 2007 , the detention of 14 Muslim Brotherhood detainees in Mit Ghamr for 15 days pending trial. They were detained after a policemen in Mit Ghamr claimed that the supporters of the MB candidate Dr. Khaled Al Dib assaulted him during an election rally.
Eyewitnesses said at that time that a number of Mit Ghamr policemen, supported by bullies, stormed into the election rally of the Muslim Brotherhood candidate for the Shura elections, Dr. Khaled Al Dib, and they assaulted what they managed to reach, injuring dozens of MB supporters and arresting more than 10 individuals. They raised their eyebrows when the police claimed that they (the detainees) are the attackers.
The detainees whose detention is prolonged are:
Fathi Abdul Hamid Al Laithi – an employee at Tanta University
Atiya Saleh Atiya – an employee at the Education Department
Sheikh Mohamed Rizk Mohamed – an imam and preacher
Khaled Fouad Mohamed Ahmed, belongs to the national democratic party but was detained while passing by the rally
Haitham Ahmed Abdul Aziz Khattab- a plumber
Abdul Khalek Galaluddin Madbouli – a merchant
Mohamed Al Baz Mohamed – an imam and preacher
Mohamed Mahmoud Metwalli- a worker
Sayed Ahmed Abdul Fattah – an engineer
Abdul Aziz Hegazi- an engineer
Sayed Mohamed Ibrahim – telephone exchange owner
Mohamed Hosni Mohamed Nassar – an employee at Ghazl Company
In a related context, three other individuals appeared on Thursday June, 21, 2007 before the same prosecution. They were detained in a sweep that included more than 90 MB members and supporters in Dakahlia during the Shura Council elections.
The three detainees are:
Mossad Rizk Al-Sayed
Mohamed Ahmed Shalabi, from city of Talkha
Ahmed Ali Mohamed from village of Al-Roda, district of Talkha.