Egypt: Brotherhood calls for end to the constrained vanishing of Morsi’s nephew
The Muslim Brotherhood approached Sunday for Egypt’s “overthrow specialists” to end the constrained vanishing of the nephew of the late President Mohamad Morsi. Khalid Said Morsi was taken on 6 September by the “overthrow security powers” to an obscure objective, said the development, and no one has since heard anything about him or his whereabouts.
His more seasoned sibling Mohammad Said Morsi and Morsi’s child, legal advisor Osama, have been in jail for a very long time, the Brotherhood brought up. It called upon all common liberties gatherings and legitimate bodies in Egypt and all over the planet to apply the work expected to deliver them and the other guiltless detainees in the nation all’s jails. The “abuse” of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s system ought to be finished, the development added.
The Muslim Brotherhood put the obligation on Al-Sisi and his system for any mischief caused to Morsi’s family members, as well as the other honest political detainees held by the “upset specialists”.