- May 1, 2007
Five Al-Azhar Commerce Students Denied End Of Year Exams
The Faculty of Commerce, Al-Azhar University, issued a decision of denying five Muslim Brotherhood students access to second term exams this year, following investigations held by disciplinary boards with the students. The disciplinary boards accused them of offering services to students, including distributing exam memos.
These measures are part of an ongoing campaign against reformist students in all Egyptian Universities.
The following is a list of the students denied access to exams:
1-Mahmoud Matar Mahmoud, fourth year
2-Mohamed Abdul Razek Abdul Tawwab Singer, second year
3-Osama Mohamed Abu Zeid Al Shiwi, second year
4-Hamdan Sabri Mohamed, second year
5-Baha” Al-Din Salama Guda, first year
It is worth mentioning that other 10 students in the Faculty of Commerce were referred also to disciplinary boards over the same charge, offering services to students.!