• February 11, 2007
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Profiles of Some of MB Members Referred to Militarily Courts

Profiles of Some of MB Members Referred to Militarily Courts

President Mubarak’s decision, as a military governor, of transferring the case of the Muslim Brotherhood No. 963 of the year 2006 to a military court after the Criminal Court acquitted and ordered an immediate release of the detainees topped by Khairat Al Shater confirms that the regime is primarily concerned with getting rid of its opponents whatever the price and means, considering 2007 a showdown year for liquidating any one opposing both the constitutional amendments and the scenario of Tawreeth (transferring power from Mubarak Sr. to Mubarak Jr.).
Ikhwanweb presents here profiles of some public figures referred to a military court upon a decision from the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak .
What is noticed is that most of these figures which have been transferred to a military court are very successful in all academic and economic fields. Also, some well-known figures who are living abroad have been included, like the well-known businessman Youssef Nada, Ghaleb Himmat, sheikh Fathi Al Khouli and Ibrahim Al Zayyat; they have been seemingly referred to gain US support and not to face US and western pressures because of the return of military courts, the exercises of the Egyptian regime that included cases of torture, the retreat of democracy and human rights in Egypt, specially under alleged panic of Islamophobia.
This view is confirmed by the western silence towards the decision of the military court and torture cases in Egypt, while there is an international-US pressure for releasing Ayman Nour, we demand his release along with all political detainees in Egypt; but there is a complete silence from the West towards what is happening against the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, including detentions, freezing assets and military courts.
The following are profiles of some of the figures referred to military courts to show this regime’s repression, intimidation in addition to its harming the future of Egypt and the Egyptians.

Mohammed Khairat Saad Al- Shatter
Born in Dakahleya on May 4th 1950
Married with ten children and eight grandchildren

Academic Qualifications

B.Sc. of Civil Engineering, Alexandria University,1974
Master Degree in Construction Management, Mansoura University,1980
B.A from  Anthropology Department, Faculty of Arts,  Ain  Shams University,2002
Islamic Studies diploma, Islamic Studies Institute, 1999
Diploma in Social Work and NGOs, Faculty of Economics and
Political Science, Cairo University, 2000
Diploma in Business Administration, Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, 1998
Diploma in International Marketing, Faculty of Commerce, Helwan
University, 2000

Professional Career:

Worked as an administrator in the Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University from 1974 until 1981
In 1981, late president Sadat suspended him from working in the university
In 1981 onwards he established his own business in different areas and companies
He currently runs his private group of companies, in addition to being a board member in some major banks and companies
Political and Islamic activities:

Khairat Al-Shatter started his political activities as early as 1966
When he was a secondary school student
He was a founding  member of the general Islamic action in 1967 especially in Alexandria where he played pivotal role in establishing the general Islamic awakening (Sahwa) starting early 1970s
He has been a  Muslim Brotherhood member since 1974
He took the lead in many Muslim Brotherhood affairs, inter alia, Education, Human Development and Management
He was elected member of Muslim Brotherhood Guidance Bureau in 1995
Al- Shatter has been to prison several times during Nasser and Mubarak eras
In 1968 after participation in the famous students demonstrations that followed the 1967 War, he was kept in prison for four months then dismissed from university .Right after he was released, he was drafted into the Army in the Red Sea town, a far –off area from Cairo and Alexandria
In 1992 he was imprisoned for one year in the famous Salsabeel case
In 1995 he was sentenced to five years, along with 54 members of Muslim Brotherhood who were sentenced from three to five years; he was released in July 2000
In 2001 he was imprisoned for almost one year in what was known as Imbaba group, a Muslim Brotherhood meeting
Eng. Al –Shatter has been to Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Jordan, and UK. He has also been to Arab, Asian and European countries.
Profile of Dr. Mohammed Ali Bishr
He works as an assistant professor at the Department of Power- Faculty of Engineering- Menoufiya University-Egypt
-He is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood”s Guidance Bureau

Background Of His Life Career:

Date and place of Birth: 14-2-1951 in Kafr Mansha-Qiwisna- Menoufiya governorate
In 1974 Dr Bishr graduated with an “Excellent” grade from the Department of Power Engineering- Faculty of Engineering (formerly the Higher Industrial Institute)- Menoufiya University, and became an administrator in the same year
From 1974 to 1976 he was drafted into the Army as a reserve officer in the Air Defense Corps
In 1979 he obtained his MS in Power Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering in Shebeen Al Koum-Menufiya University, and was appointed assistant professor in the same faculty
In 1984 he was awarded his PhD from the State of Colorado University-USA
In 1984  he was appointed professor in the Faculty of Engineering
  1992 He was reinstated in the same position- assistant professor in the same faculty
In 1998 he was appointed visiting professor in the State of North Carolina University-USA
In 1979 he joined Muslim Brotherhood and he headed the Group”s Students” Affairs Committee, then the Professionals” Committee and the Administrative Development Committee
Detention and Jail
He was arrested on 14-10-1999- in a case known as (the Trade Unionists case) and was court-martialed along with 20 Trade Unionists. He was charged of belonging to The Muslim Brotherhood and of preparing for the Trade Unions” elections. He was sentenced for three years and was released on 8-10-2002

Syndicate and Public Action:

In 1987 he won the election as Member of Parliament- Menoufiyya first Constituency. The Court declared him a winner  but the ruling  was not executed
 In 1995 he  stood a candidate in the parliamentary election and his victory was sure, but since the election was rigged,  he lost the second round of election to an NDP member
In 1985 he won the elections of Engineers Syndicate as member of Power Branch
From 1991 to 1995 he was elected Assistant Treasurer in the General Syndicate of Engineers till it was sequestrated by the authorities in 1995
-1989-1997 He was elected Secretary General of Engineering Associations Union of the Islamic Countries
Traveling Abroad
He traveled to many countries on syndicate and scientific tasks foremost among which were
USA-UK-France-Germany-Russia-Kazakhstan-Ozbekstan-Turkey-Pakistan- Malaysia- Bangladesh- Thailand- Tunisia- Algeria- Libya- Sudan- Jordan- Syria- Bahrain- Emirates- Saudi Arabia

Participation in International Conferences:

He participated in many syndicate and scientific conferences foremost among which were
In 1989 The Conference on Technological Integration Among Muslim Countries- Cairo
In 1991 Technological Development in the Islamic world -Malaysia
In 1993 Best Exploitation of Natural Resources in the Muslim World
In 1994 Good Quality of Engineering Education and The Future- Cairo
In 1995 Systems Of Communication and Information in the Muslim
Countries- Oman-Jordan
Unemplyment Among The Engineers-The Problem And The Solution
In 2003 The Technological Gap Between The Developing And The
Developed Countries -Tunisa
The Problem Of Low-Income Citizens In the Muslim  World

He is married with two sons and a daughter:

-Hani: graduated from Faculty of Law- Cairo University- He is making further studies for MA in Scotland_UK
-Ahmed-Ms in Engineering-Construction Department
-Sara: A Secondary-stage student
Profile of Eng. Medhat Al-Haddad
-Full Name: Medhat Ahmed Mahmoud Al-Haddad
-Nickname: Medhat Al-Haddad
-Age: 56 years .

Academic Qualifications:

-BA from the Faculty of Engineering- Civic Engineering Department  -Alexandria University in 1972.
-BA from the Faculty of Commerce- Business Administration Department- Alexandria University in 1976.
-Diploma in Islamic studies in 1986 ·
-BA in Islamic Sharia – Al-Azhar University 2005.

Syndicate and Public Action:

-Member in the Engineers Syndicate.
-Member in the Syndicate of Commercial Professions.
-Ex-member in the Young Men’s Christian Association.
-Current member in Amnesty International.
-Member in Alexandria Sporting Club.
-Board director of Arabiya for Construction Co.
-General manager of Arabiya Co. for importing and exporting.
-Board director of the Productive Co-op for Engineering Works in Alexandria.
-Founder of a group of joint stock companies and individual companies in the field of contracting, real-estate investment, organizing exhibitions and exporting and importing .
-He helped many owners of contracting and real-estate investment companies in Cairo and Alexandria .
-He participated in the October War 1973, corps of engineers.
-The Muslim Brotherhood candidate in Municipality elections 1992 and Shura Council elections 1995 and People’s Assembly elections 1995 .
-Member of The Federation of Engineering Institutions of Islamic Countries .
-Participated in administrative, academic and economic conferences.
-Participated in several arbitration committees in disputes among companies.

Family :

Wife: Azza Fahmi BA in Commerce .
Mariam Medhat Al-Haddad: BA in Commerce (English Dep.) in currently in the fourth year in the Faculty of Law .
Khadiga Medhat Al-Haddad: computer engineer .
Fatma Medhat Al-Haddad: pharmacist.
Aisha Medhat Al-Haddad, second year student in the Faculty of Arts.
The eldest son Omar studies PhD in engineering abroad

Sheikh Fathi Ahmed Al Khouli 87 years
– First manager of teachers in Jiddah in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
-Al Khouli worked, after his graduation from the Faculty of Dar Al-Ulum and the Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, as a teacher in the Teachers Institute in Riyadh during the era of King Saud bin Abdul Aziz’s when late King Fahd was a Minister of Education.
-He worked in the teaching career till establishing the faculties of Education and Sharia in Holy Mecca; he  was appointed a teacher of Arabic and methodology in them.
-When the secondary Teachers Institute was established in Jiddah, he was appointed its manager.
-He worked as a manager of Islamic education in Jiddah educational district.
-He supervised, during his work, on some Holy Quran schools till he retired and became head of Al-Tayseer civil school in Jiddah.
-He has written several academic books in addition to his famous book “on rules of recitation”.
-Prince Abdul Karim, the Amir of Mecca, honored him on celebrating the graduation of the fourteenth batch of the Teachers’ College students in Jiddah which was attended by Dr. Abdullah Bin Saleh Al Ebeid, the Minister of Education in the kingdom.

Dr. Khaled Ouda 
Born on 31/8/1944, his father is the iconic judge martyr Abdul Qader Awda who wrote “Islamic criminal legislation”.

Academic Qualifications:

-He graduated from the Faculty of Science, Asyut University, in June 1964 with an “excellent” grade, and worked as a lecturer at the geology department then he got a Master Degree in 1968, and PhD in 1971, and he became a professor in the geology department.
-A Member in the Egyptian geology society, and African geology society, and the Egyptian society of fossils, and the international society of stratigraphy, and a member of the international team of the international committee of stratigraphic biologists, and head of the Egyptian geologic group in the joint international scientific projects on south of Egypt, and the Egyptian main researcher in the international team for protecting Upper Egyptian monuments.
He has 35 published researches in foreign and domestic periodicals, and he supervised over 11 PhD and MA theses.
His most important scientific achievements is discovering the international typical sedimentary sequence that the international federation of the geologic sciences adopted as an international measure for the period that followed the disappearance of dinosaurs and emergence of real mammals in the village of Al-Dababia, south of Luxor.
He received a special appreciation certificate from the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and he has been honored internationally.
He has a wide social and economic activity in the Governorate of Asyut.
– He was the first to introduce the medium and small-range industries into the private sector in the city of Asyut, 25 years ago, aiming at improving Asyut and breaking monopoly and to reduce prices.
He founded 5 companies that includes 13 productive, industrial and commercial units in the city of Asyut in the fields of ready-made clothes, cement bricks, plastic products, doors, windows, wooden furniture, foodstuffs, consumable commodities, designing and producing computer systems and managing technological regions. These projects contributed to training hundreds of workers in various professions, in addition to preparing researchers and transferring technology and offering related services.
• He has recently issued a series of books entitled” Towards an Islamic Social Reform ” and it includes two books : “What is legitimate in politics, rule and reform and reforming constitutional organizations” and ” Islamic Financial Legislation”.
Youssef Nada
Youssef Nada was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1931.
He joined the Muslim Brotherhood group in 1947.

He participated in fighting the British occupation in the Suez Canal region in early 1950s.
He was detained along with many Muslim Brotherhood members after accusing them of attempting to  assassinate Gamal Abd An-Nasir in Al-Manshiya square in October in 1954; he remained in prison about two years and was released in April 1956.
He started his trade activity started after he was released from prison and completed his university studies in the Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University.
In August 1960, Nada decided to migrate from Egypt; he went first to Libya and then to Austria where his commercial activities between both countries started to expand, until he was dubbed at late 1960s the giant of cement in the Mediterranean Sea region.
Nada managed to escape from Libya when 1969 Al-Fatih Revolution to Greece where he met president Papadopoulos; then he moved to live in Italian city of Campione inside the Swiss borders, and he is still living in it up till now.
He played, during the last 25 years, a prominent international political role inside the Muslim Brotherhood group.