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Defiance is the name of the game where release orders are ignored and MB members

In a new series of defiance by the Ministry of Interior aided by state security, orders were issued for the rearrest of 5 members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Egypt: Ahmed Douma, student blogger, tortured during detention in Damanhour prison

Ahmed Saad Douma, a 20-year-old blogger and student at Tanta University, was arrested by State Security Intelligence (SSI -Amn Al-Dowla) at the Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt on

Court martialed Muslim Brotherhood detainees anticipate release.

It is expected that the Egyptian Ministry of Interior release on Tuesday, December 15, 9 members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement who were tried and sentenced. The 9 men who

The long awaited release of Dr. Gamal Abdul Salam

Security services released Dr. Gamal Abdul Salam, Rapporteur of the Jerusalem Committee of the Arab Doctors Union and the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate in 2005 legislative elections after receiving an acquittal

Abdul Monem Abdul Maksoud: The continued detention of Abul Fotouh is nothing but a settling

The Supreme Court in Cairo today ordered for the unjust renewal of Dr Abdul Monem Abul Fotouh, Dr Gamal Abdul Salam, Eng. Ahmed Ali Abbas, and Eng. Khaled Alsayed Beltagy

Human rights activists condemn security practices against MB students.

MB students carrying banners protest and condemn the dismissal and suppression of freedoms of expression at Egyptian universities demanding investigations.

Dakahleya: 8 arrests, 16 renewed detentions and 2 release orders

In a new crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood members in Dakahleya state security practiced their infamous pre-dawn barbaric invasions on their houses.

14 consecutive orders for the re-arrest of activist Mosad Abo Fagr.

Once again an issue was ordered for the re-arrest of activist Mosaad Soliman Hassan commonly known as "Mosad Abo Fagr". Despite release orders by Court earlier this week, the Interior

Aboul Fotouh: Egypt is more important to me than my freedom

Dr Abdul Monem Abul Fotouh member of the executive Bureau and secretary-general of the Arab doctors union during his hearing today addressed the judiciary.