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The Jihād Group repudiated statements made by their imprisoned leader ‘Abboud al-Zumor, who is serving a term in jail for involvement in the assassination of President Anwar al-Sadāt in 1981, in which he admitted the right of the Bahā’ī faith to express itself.
The mysterious disappearance of a Jihād Group leader, ‘Abboud al-Zumur, from the Limān Tora Prison has led many inmates to threaten hunger strike. The wife of al-Zumur, Umm al-Haytham, has called upon the public prosecutor, the interior minister, and Egyptian human rights organizations about an...
The author addresses the scenario surrounding the Interior Ministry moving ‘Abboud al-Zumor to an unidentified place after al-Zumor said that he would participate in a Sunni-Shiite-Christian alliance to work on "bringing the Mubārak regime before an international tribunal” for crimes of torturing...
The alliance is spearheaded by al-Zumur from within his jail on behalf of all the detained Islamist groups, while al-Durīnī represents the Shiites of Egypt and Coptic lawyer Mamdouh Nakhla, the director of al-Kalima human rights center, represents Egyptian Christians.
The case of the jailed Zumour brothers is to be discussed by the members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the People’s Assembly.
The lawyers defending Egyptian Jihād leader’s ‘Abboud al-Zumur and Tāriq al-Zumur have criticized the state’s policy of releasing some detained leaders of Islamic movements while continuing to detain others.
On August 30, “Al Manar Al Gadeed” magazine published an article written by Aboud Al-Zomor about reform in Egypt. The article is particularly significant because Al-Zomor was a main participant in the assassination of [former president] Anwar Al-Sadat. Al-Zomor’s article differs from what the Gama’...
The 60-year-old Egyptian fundamentalist ‘Abboud al-Zumur – who was once a distinguished lieutenant colonel in the Army Intelligence – and the previous leader of al-Jihād Organization, declared his intention to stand as a candidate for the coming Egyptian presidential elections that are to be held...
‘Abboud and his cousin Tāriq al-Zumur are suing George W. Bush because of the repercussions of his war on terrorism, which led to their illegal extension of detention since 2001. His lawsuit, requesting US$ 50 Mln. is based on and following the lead of the international campaign by victims of Bush’...
With regard to the statement made by ‘Abboud al-Zumur about the Jihād group detainees being coerced to show their support to President Mubārak, Anwar ‘Abd al-‘Azīm ‘Ukāsha, a former leading member of the group, has refuted this claim in a statement. Al-Ahrām has received a copy of this statement.

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