As to the Mena State News Agency, Deposed President Mohamed Morsi is being detained for 15 days pending investigations on charges of spying for Hamas and breaking into prisons during the 18 day revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
Also Al Jazeera source in the prosecution confirmed this report on Friday (26.07.2013).
Judge Hassan Sammir, the judge who is investigating the charges, made the decision, which marks this first official detention by authorities.
Last month, an Egyptian court said the Muslim Brotherhood conspired with Hamas to storm the Wadi el-Natroun prison in 2011 and set free 34 high-level Brotherhood members, including the previous Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. (Report 01)
It should be noted that this report (Report 01) came as supporters and opponents of Morsi prepared for mass national protests called for by the country’s army chief, and later by members of the Muslim Brotherhood, in a struggle over the country’s future.
Morsi is currently being detained at an unknown location. Releasing a statement, United Nations Secretary Ban Ki Moon calls for the release of Ex-President Morsi and to go for talks over the country’s future.
According to Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood party, the court claims that Mubarak’s old regime was “back in full force” in Egypt. Certainly this report, which was confirmed on the 26th of July, 2013 has been released at a time where Pro Morsi rally and Anti coup/ Pro Democratic rally are at a full force.
Addressing to AFP Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad told “The accusations read as if they’re a retaliation from the old regime, signalling ‘We’re back in full force,”.
Further things should be noted that, this certain report has been produced for courts while, coup has loosing it’s power over ruling and failing to control the mass rally in favor to ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
Also many prominent political analysts and scholars predict that Ex President Morsi will return to charge beating all coup’s plans and schedules if the struggle lies same. At a time like that, this detainment is expected to increase struggle and violence between anti and pro democrats.
Moreover, it is very clear the government after the coup will do anything with the presence of west and other favorable agents to keep them in charge which itself a track to detain Islamist.
Many fear that the situation would lead to a civil war with in the country.
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