Egypt Police Arrests 15 Muslim Brotherhood Students, Professor
|Wednesday, September 17,2008 04:08|
Egyptian security forces arrested on Tuesday 15 Muslim Brotherhood students from the Nile Delta city of
Students were hosted by assistant professor at their University (
The security forces imposed a blockade for two hours on Al-Salam district in the city of
On the other hand, Abdullah Al-Bahrawy ,a lawyer, confirmed that the state security forces had raided the homes of the students, and seized computers, books, CDs, papers and textbooks and others, in addition to the ill-treatment and scattering the contents of the rooms during the raid.
Until this moment, the detainees had not been presented before prosecution, and the security agencies did not tell about the place of detention, while some of lawyers’ sources indicate that students are held in the Central Security Camp in Al-Sharqeyya.
The detainees include Dr. Ihab Mahmoud – a teacher assistant in Faculty of Specific Education, Hamid Shaaban (an engineer), Mahmoud Al-Taweel (Faculty of Medicine), Ibrahim Al-Shawadfi (Faculty of Education), Mohamed Shaltout (Faculty of Engineering), Ahmad Kamal (Faculty of Commerce), Osama Abu Hatab (Faculty of Agriculture), Mohamed Mareiy (Faculty of Engineering), Hani Mohamed (Faculty of Usul Eldden), Abdullah Ibrahim (Faculty of Commerce), Omar Ismail Al-Sayeed (Industrial Technical Institute), Mohamed Ramadan (Technical Institute for Health).
These arrests came on the backdrop of the beginning of the new school year, as the state security is working on arresting the symbols of students’ activity to reduce the activity of Muslim Brotherhood students within the university.