Egypt’s Prosecutor General Orders Arrest Of 3 Guards Of MB’s Bureau

Egypt’s Prosecutor General, Talaat Abdallah, ordered arresting the guards of the MB Guidance Bureau’s headquarters in Mokattem on account of attacking the journalists outside the headquarters last Sunday.

The prosecutor general has ordered arresting the guards who attacked the protestors outside the headquarters of the Guidance Bureau; referring that the Mokattem’s Prosecution is investigating the incident. The prosecutor asked the police to bring investigations over the incident.

The three guards’ names are Sohieb Mohamed Emam, Mustafa Al Saedawy and Ahmed Abou Rayea, who are accused of assaulting six journalists outside the Guidance Bureau in Mokattem.

It is worth mentioning that the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Mokattam saw scuffles between its guards and dozens of demonstrators who gathered to chant against the group and its supreme guide later on Saturday.


Activist Ahmed Douma declared via his Twitter account that he received a slight injury to his face after being attacked “by the Muslim Brotherhood’s thugs” as he was spraying graffiti denouncing the Islamist group.