• July 13, 2007

Jail of Hanoville MB Students Prolonged 15 days

Jail of Hanoville MB Students Prolonged 15 days

Alexandria prosecution headed by attorney general Hamed Sarhan ordered on Thursday July, 12th, 2007 , 45 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) students jailed 15 days .
 
The students, from several universities, faced investigations last night followed by jail decisions and were moved later to Al-TTarin-based police station .
 
 The 45 students belong to several governorates nationwide- 7 from Alexandria, 30 from Cairo, 2 from Giza, 2 from Monofiya, 2 from Al Fayyum, 1 from Suez and an 1 from Bani Suwayf. The State Security Police detained them on Friday June, 29, 2007 , while they were spending their summer holiday in the Alexandrian coastal resort of Hanoville and Al-Dikhaila prosecution ordered them jailed .
 
It is worth mentioning that these detentions are a part of an unjustified and random crackdown currently launched by the Egyptian regime against the Muslim Brotherhood group, since December, 14th 2006 . This crackdown included the detention of hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders, topped by engineer Khairat Al-Shater the MB’s second deputy chairman, and Dr. Mohamed Ali Beshr a member of the MB Executive Bureau, plus a huge number of businessmen.

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