Jail of 30 MB Leaders renewed more 15 days
|Friday, January 5,2007 00:00|
After State Security Intervention, Releases of Sharqiya, Gharbiya MBs Turned into 15 days in Jail
After the attorney general issued his oral decision and informed the lawyers of releasing all Gharbiya and Sharqiya’s Muslim Brotherhood detainees earlier yesterday, and with fierce pressures from the state security, the releases were changed into jailing six detainees for 15 days, while in Dakahliya the prosecution ordered jailing the detainees for 15 days.
The prosecution declared earlier the decision of the attorney general of releasing Tanta’s Muslim Brotherhood detainees; a written decision was issued to release five of them:- Eng. Ayman Al Shafie: civil engineer and works in the field of real-estate investments; he is the Engineers Syndicate treasurer in Gharbiya, and also a member in the committee of coordination among parties and syndicates and political powers in the governorate, and a former MB candidate for the People’s Assembly elections and he is one of the public figures in Tanta.
And in absentia for two MB members who weren’t arrested during the crackdowns as they weren’t in their homes.
Also, the prosecution issued an oral decision, of which it informed the lawyers in preparation for writing it, of releasing the other five detainees from
-Mr. Fawzi Al-Marasi: Lawyer
And in absentia for:
However, after the State Security interventions, the oral decision of releasing them was changed into a written decision of jailing the stated six MB members for 15 days.
In Sharqiya Governorate
After the prosecution decided to release all detainees and gave them release orders, it backtracked and took the release orders from them, after issuing top decisions of jailing the MB detained members for 15 days pending trial, on charges of “joining an outlawed group, and staging marches during Al-Adha Feast and causing chaos in the street " the MB detainees belong Zagazig, Faqous, Bilbeis:
-Dr. Mohamed Abdul Ghani- an opthalmology professor at
-Dr. Amir Bassam, A professor in Al-Azhar faculty of medicine,
The public prosecution issued a decision of jailing the Dakahlia detainees for fifteen days pending investigation; they appeared before the prosecution from yesterday evening till shortly before dawn. The decision was issued only today at .
The detainees are:
-Dr. Hamed Mansour, a specialist of Dermal Diseases,
-Dr. Mohamed Abdul Rahman, a cardiologist in the Shirbin public hospital,
Meanwhile, the state security forces are searching for Dr. Mohamed Al Nagar to arrest him.