Names of 16 Dakahlia Citizens Taken by Junta Forces in Egypt in Just Two Days
|Tuesday, September 20,2016 12:41|
Activists on social networking websites documented the forced disappearance of 16 citizens from Egypt's Dakahlia Province after ferocious junta security raids, on September 16 and 17. Those 'disappeared' citizens are:
1. Ashraf Laithi – French language teacher, from the town of Belqas.
2. Saad Mahmoud Abdel-Ghani, 52 years old – Azhar University Deputy, unfairly sacked. He was previously arrested, and released three years ago. He is from Meit Antar.
3. Salah Abdel-Mawla, 52 – employee of the Ministry of Education, unfairly sacked. He is from Meit Antar.
4. Mohamed Albatal, 35 – freelancer, from the village of Shernqash.
5. Abdel-Galil Ibrahim, 53 – authorized marriage registry official, from the village of Kafr Bessat.
6. Mohamed Saeed – elderly pensioner, from Menyat Al-Nasr.
7. Mahmoud Abdel-Wahid, 38 – power plant employee, from Meit Antar.
8. Ali Taha El-Saadani, 63 – from Menyat Al-Nasr.
9. Alsotouhi Khalil, 55 – from Menyat Al-Nasr.
10. Fatehi Ali Pasha, 62 – from Menyat Al-Nasr.
11. Abdel-Rahman Magdi Mossaad, 20 – first year student at the Faculty of Arabic Language, from Darrassat area.
12. Hassan Al-Adl, from the Courts Complex area.
* The following four were forcibly disappeared on September 7, 2016:
13. Mohamed Safwat Kishta, 20 years old – second year student, Faculty of Engineering, from Menyat Al-Nasr.
14. Yahya Mansour Sharqawi, 20 – second year student, Faculty of Engineering, from Menyat Al-Nasr.
15. Khaled Samaha, 21 – student at Azhar University's Faculty of Sharia and Law, from Talkha.
16. Mohamed Amin, from Talkha.