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Yesterday, the 80-year-old member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Guidance Office, Shaykh Lāshīn Abū Shanab, was discharged by the Misdemeanor Court of Misr al-Jadīdah, East Cairo, and placed under house arrest for health reasons.
The article discusses accusations made by Muslim Brotherhood First Deputy Murshid, Dr. Muhammad Habīb, against the security authorities of killing member Kamāl al-Sanānīrī. The interior ministry stated that he committed suicide inside his prison cell.
The state security arrested, last week, a new Muslim Brotherhood organization headed by a professor of at the Nuclear Energy Authority and seized for the first time survey forms contain questions about the kind of obstacles facing the group activities in the society.
A court order has been issued to keep Dr. ‘Isām al- ‘Iryān and five more members of the Muslim Brotherhood Group in custody for 15 days pending the investigations into allegations of holding a secret meeting.
Five children were accused of belonging to a terrorist organization and were detained for two hours in the Marsa Matrouh governorate.
The author discusses the arrest of a number of students and supervisors at a summer camp believed to be connected with a Muslim Brotherhood school, and notes different viewpoints on whether such schools should be allowed.
30 teachers belonging to the banned Muslim Brotherhood group were imprisoned in investigative custody by the Supreme State Security Prosecution for alleged involvement in secret work in the education sector.
The Egyptian prosecution releases a large number of detained pro-judges protestors of different political affiliations.
The author reports controversial statements by a leading Brotherhood member during a symposium of the Egyptian Bar Association in which he said detention centers were the place for members of the group.
Nearly 37 Muslim Brotherhood members, including two leading figures, were arrested yesterday while participating in a summer youth camp in the northwest coastal city of Marsa Matrouh.

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