Laatste tien!

Morgen, 29 Juli met zonsondergang, breken de laatste tien nachten van Ramadan aan.

Deze tien nachten hebben een grote verdienste bij Allah de meest Verhevene.

Het was de gewoonte van onze nobele profeet salallaaho ‘alayhi wa sallem om de laatste tien dagen en nachten van deze gezegende maand extra goed te benutten.

‘Aicha radia Allaho ‘anhaa overlevert dat de profeet salallaaho ‘alayhi wa sallem zich in de laatste tien dagen van Ramadan meer inspande voor de aanbidding dan andere dagen. [Sahih Moslim]

Hij was gewoon om als de laatste tien nachten aanbraken, zijn vrouwen wakker te maken zodat ook zij deze gezegende nachten in aanbidding door brachten. Dit geeft des te meer aan hoe groot de verdienste van deze nachten is.

Lailatoelqadr

In deze laatste tien dagen bevindt zich een nacht die beter is dan duizend maanden! Deze nacht is Lailatoelqadr.

Allah zegt:

Voorwaar, Wij hebben hem (de Qoraan) neergezonden in de Waardevolle nacht(Lailatoelqadr). En wat doet jullie weten wat de Waardevolle Nacht is? De Waardevolle nacht is beter dan duizend maanden. [97:1-3]

Het is niet bekend op welke dag deze gezegende nacht valt, dit motiveert de moslim om iedere nacht van de laatste tien dagen goed te benutten. Wel is de kans groter in de oneven nachten. En het grootst is de kans in de 27e nacht. Maar dat is niet zeker, zoals sommigen dat denken.

De nacht breekt in de islam aan met zonsondergang en niet na twaalven (middernacht).

De profeet salallaaho ‘alayhi wa sallem zegt: “Wie Lailatoelqadr staat (in gebed), diens voorgaande zonden worden vergeven.” [al-Boecharie]

Ontneem jezelf deze grote beloning niet door een Taraweeh gebed te missen in deze laatste tien nachten.

Gedenken van Allah

‘Aicha radia Allaho ‘anhaa vroeg de profeet salallaaho ‘alayhi wa sallem: Als ik wist welke nacht Lailatoelqadr zou zijn, wat dien ik dan te zeggen? De profeet antwoordde, zeg: “O Allah U bent Vergevensgezind houdt van vergeven, vergeef mij.” [Ibn Maajah]

De smeekbede in het Arabisch:

اللَّهُمَّ إِنَّكَ عَفُوٌّ تُحِبُّ الْعَفْوَ فَاعْفُ عَنِّي

 

(Allahomma innaka ‘afowwon tohibbo al-‘afwa fa’fo ‘annie)

Wij dienen deze smeekbede vaak te herhalen in deze gezegende nachten, in navolging van het advies van onze nobele profeet salallaaho ‘alayhi wa sallem. En hopend op Allah’s vergiffenis.

Deze gezegende dagen en nachten brengen we door met het vermijden van zondes en nutteloos tijdverdrijf. Om vervolgens dichter tot Allah te komen met allerlei vrome daden: de vijf gebeden op haar voorgeschreven tijden, vrijwillige gebeden, Taraweeh, Qoraan recitatie, Sadaqah en het veelvuldig gedenken van Allah, zoals ibn al-Qayyim zei:

“De beste vastenden zijn degene die Allah het meest gedenken tijdens hun vasten”

Een aantal voorbeelden van smeekbedes waarmee de moslim Allah kan gedenken:

سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ وَبِحَمْدِهِ، سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ العَظِيمِ

 

(SubhaanAllaah wa bihamdih, SubhaanAllaah al-‘adhiem)

 

سُبْحَانَ اللَّهِ وَالْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ وَلَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا اللَّهُ وَاللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ

 

(SubhaanAllaah walhamdolillaah wa laa ilaaha illallaah wallaaho akbar)

 

لاَحَوْلَ وَلاَقُوَّةَ إِلاَّ بِاللَّهِ

 

(Laa hawla wa laa qowata illa billaah)

 

أَسْتَغْفِرُ اللَّهَ وَأَتُوبُ إِلَيْهِ

 

(Astagfirollaah wa atoebo ilaih)

Deze smeekbedes kan je herhalen zonder dat daar een grens aan verbonden is. Zonder dat je daar wodoe voor nodig hebt, dus ook de menstruerende vrouw kan haar tijd hier goed mee benutten. Ook mag zij Qoraan reciteren, zolang het niet uit de Moshaf is.

De verstandige onder ons is degene die van elk mogelijk moment gebruik maakt om zijn Heer te gedenken. Lopend over straat, wachtend op het openbaar vervoer, liggend op de bank …

“Voorwaar, door het gedenken van Allah komen de harten tot rust.” [13:28]

Beste broeders en zusters:

Wellicht dat velen van ons het gevoel hebben dat ze de voorgaande dagen van de Ramadan niet hebben doorgebracht zoals het hoort en zoals Allah daar tevreden mee is. Misschien dat we fanatiek zijn begonnen en langzamerhand zijn afgezwakt …

Dan is de tijd nu aangebroken om de terugkeer te maken en om Allah in deze laatste tien dagen en nachten van onze beste kant te laten zien.
Abulfadl, student aan de Universiteit van Medina. Saudi Arabië.

19 Ramadan

Hundreds Protest Return to Negotiations in Ramallah

Hundreds of Palestinians marched in Ramallah on Sunday to protest a return to negotiations with Israel.

Demonstrators marched from the city center towards President Abbas’ headquarters in the Muqata, chanting slogans condemning the Palestinian Authority’s decision to return to talks.

Addameer prisoners group said dozens of protesters were injured by police, adding that PA forces were arresting injured demonstrators at public hospitals.

Four PA police officers and three protesters were injured when both sides clashed during the march, which was organized by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a Ma’an reporter said.

Palestinian Legislative Council member Khaled Jarrar was assaulted by a policeman during the clashes, witnesses said.

In Jerusalem, dozens of Israelis gathered outside the government complex to protest Israeli premier Netanyahu’s decision to release 104 Palestinian prisoners, Ynet reported.

The demonstrators chanted: “You do not release murderers of children” and “Bibi is a coward.”

Leader of the Jewish Home party Naftali Bennet joined the protest, calling the proposed prisoner release a “disgrace” and saying “terrorists should be eliminated, not freed,” Ynet reported.

Netanyahu was seeking cabinet approval on Sunday for the release of 104 veteran Palestinian and Israeli-Arab prisoners, to coincide with the resumption of peace talks.

The start of the meeting was delayed for over an hour, as Israeli media said Netanyahu sought to win over opponents within his own right-wing Likud party.

Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are to meet in Washington on July 30 for a round of talks after a three-year break in peace negotiations, a Palestinian official said on Saturday.

The Palestinian delegation would be led by chief negotiator Saeb Erekat with the Israelis headed by Justice Minister Tzipi Livni.

US officials will also take part

(Source / 28.07.2013)

Protests against the Negotiations (Twitter)

Countless Israeli war criminals have lived & prospered on Palestinian land, usurping Palestinian resources, never spending a night in jail

Israel’s agents in the west bank PA army attacking Palestinians protesting against Negotiations with Israel

#PFLP question what authority Abbas has 2 negotiate & why no mention of a referendum. Also what happened to stopping settlements #Palestine

The Palestinian Prisoners Society on Sunday published a list of detainees expected to be freed as part of a release deal by #Israel.

Israeli forces arrest citizens in Ramallah including a journalist

We marched to the police station. the police is trying to provoke us. The same coin of colonialism. #no2negotiations

The PA just sent some thugs to do a counter protest. Theyre advancing. This can turn ugly. #no2negotiations

BREAKING #Israel cabinet approves release of 104 #Palestinian prisoners in advance of #Israeli#Palestinian peace talks in #Washington

Peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians will formally resume Monday in Washington, U.S. State Department says.

BREAKING NEWS: #Israeli#Palestinian peace talks to begin in Washington on Tuesday

Israeli Arab prisoners skeptical about imminent release

List of inmates who may be freed includes some of the most notorious terrorists captured in the 1980s and early ’90s

 
Security prisoners in Ofer Prison, Israel (photo credit: Moshe Shai/Flash90)

Security prisoners in Ofer Prison, Israel

Ahead of an expected Israeli cabinet vote Sunday on the release of 104 security prisoners jailed before the signing of the Oslo Accords, a representative of 14 Israeli Arab prisoners is unrepentant and skeptical that they will be included in the final list.

“These lists include prisoners that the PA is demanding be released, but whom the occupation government has not yet officially agreed to free,” wrote Ayman Hajj Yahya, secretary of the Arab Union of Prisoners and Liberated Prisoners, an NGO dealing with incarcerated Palestinians and their families within Israel, in a press release Saturday night.

“Our long experience with [Israel’s] treachery, procrastination and violation of commitments causes us to deal with this publication as if it never happened,” he added in a statement. “We continue to operate under the assumption that the occupation government continues to refuse their release, pending an official government decision.”

It was unclear whether the list of 104 names, submitted by the Palestinian Authority for the Israeli cabinet vote, will indeed include 14 Arab Israelis and seven Jerusalemites. A Channel 2 news report indicated it would, Hebrew news website Ynet published a list including the Israelis and Jerusalemites, while Haaretz claimed that the discrepancy between the original list of 82 names and the new list of 104 could be explained by a Palestinian insistence on freeing 22 prisoners jailed after the signing of the Oslo accords on September 13, 1993, but before the start of the agreement’s implementation.

The prisoners are set to be freed in four phases over the next nine months, as Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, set to resume in Washington on Tuesday, progress.

In any event, the list will include the most notorious Palestinian terrorists captured by Israel in the 1980s and early 1990s, many of whom are serving out consecutive life sentences. All the prisoners in question have already served between 19 and 30 years in jail.

Issa Abed Rabbo of Bethlehem, for instance, attacked a young couple, Revital Serry and Nir Levi, who were hiking near the Cremisan monastery south of Jerusalem in October 1984. Abed Rabbo told police that he tied the couples’ hands, blindfolded them with rags, and shot them in the head at point blank range.

Muhammad Tus, jailed in October 1985, was a member of a south Hebron terror cell which carried out five bus attacks, killing Zalman Avolnik, Michal Cohen, Meir Ben Yair, Edna Harari and Motti Swisa.

Fayez Hour, jailed in November 1985, killed two Israelis in the Gaza Strip and planned to assassinate prime minister Yitzhak Shamir while in jail.

Mohammed Daoud threw a Molotov cocktail at the Moses family car in December 1987, killing mother Ofra and son Tal.

Jomaa Adam and Mahmoud Harbish attacked an Egged bus north of Jericho with Molotov cocktails in October 1988, killing Rachel Weiss and her three young children, as well as soldier David Delarossa who tried to rescue them.

Nihad Jundiyeh of Gaza was only 16 when he killed Israeli contractor Zalman Shlein in July 1989.

Many of the jailed prisoners carried out attacks against IDF soldiers. Brothers Maher and Karim Younis, the longest-serving prisoners on the list, abducted and executed soldier Avraham Bromberg in 1981, and were arrested in January 1983. Brothers Mohammed and Yahya Aghbaria from the Israeli city of Umm Al-Fahm stormed an army base near Kibbutz Gilad in February 1992, killing three soldiers, in an attack known as “the night of pitchforks.”

PA President Mahmoud Abbas had demanded the release of the entire list of pre-Oslo prisoners as a precondition for resuming talks; Israel refused to free them at once, but agreed to a phased release.

A communique released by the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club on July 21 warned Abbas not to neglect any of the veteran prisoners and threatened to disrupt any negotiations taking place without a full release “through widespread public mobilization that will encompass all the nation’s provinces.”

“We will not allow the prisoner issue to be neglected this time, the way it was in previous negotiation rounds,” read the statement.

Speaking at a press conference organized by the Arab Union of Prisoners and Liberated Prisoners on Thursday, MK Ibrahim Sarsur (Ra’am-Ta’al) said that the liberation of 21 Israeli Arabs and Jerusalem residents would constitute an important precedent ahead of future prisoner releases, disabling Israel from upholding a distinction between Palestinian and Israeli Arab prisoners.

Sarsur told The Times of Israel at the same event that Kerry had promised Palestinian officials that negotiations would not resume before Israel agreed to release all 100-plus pre-Oslo prisoners. He said the group included the 21 prisoners who are either Israeli citizens or Jerusalem residents.

(Source / 28.07.2013)

All factions must condemn violence for national interest: ElBaradei

Egypt’s VP Mohamed ElBaradei says he urges all factions to denounce violence to reach national consensus
ElBaradei

Mohamed ElBaradei
Vice-President Mohamed ElBaradei announced on Sunday that he is determined to put an end to the bloodshed in Egypt.”My top priority is to urge all factions to denounce violence in all of its forms to reach national consensus,” added ElBaradei via Twitter.

The vice-president’s statement comes one day following clashes between the police and Morsi supporters in Cairo’s Nasr City, which left at least 100 protesters dead and hundreds more injured.

On Saturday, ElBaradei also strongly condemned “excessive use of force” saying he is “working hard and in every direction to end the confrontation peacefully.”

The former head of the nuclear watchdog IAEA and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was sworn in as interim Vice-President on 14 July following the Egyptian army’s ousting of president Mohamed Morsi amidst mass protests earlier in the month.

(Source / 28.07.2013)

‘S Arabia signs deal with Israeli army to buy weapons for militants fighting Syria govt.’

Israeli soldiers sit atop a tank as they watch the Syrian border in the Golan Heights July 3, 2013.

Israeli soldiers sit atop a tank as they watch the Syrian border in the Golan Heights July 3, 2013.

“The Syrian government says the West and its regional allies – especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey – are supporting the militants.”

 

Saudi Arabia reportedly reaches a deal with Israeli army to buy Israeli weapons for militants fighting against the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

Israeli Radio reported that Saudi Arabia signed a 50-million-dollar deal with Israeli army to supply the foreign-backed militants with old Israeli military equipment and arms.

The reports added that the weapons include different kinds of anti-tank missiles, military vehicles, artillery equipment, and night vision devices.

Other sources have quoted Takfiri sources as saying that the Israeli weapons will be used to maintain control over Aleppo and its surrounding areas in northern Syria.

The report came as The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported last month that Saudi Arabia has provided the Takfiri militants with Russian-made Konkurs anti-tank missiles.

It quoted militant sources as saying that they had received the first batch of the heavy weaponry from Saudi Arabia in northern city of Aleppo.

On June 14, US President Barack Obama ordered his administration to provide the militants with weapons, claiming that the Syrian government had used “chemical weapons” against the militants and thus crossed Washington’s “red line.” Damascus has rejected the allegation as “lies.”

Israeli President Shimon Peres voiced support for Washington’s arming of the Takfiri militants in Syria. Takfiris accuse most Islamic sects of being infidels.

However, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned other states against providing weapons to the militants in Syria, saying that the arms could end up in Europe one day.

The Syrian government says the West and its regional allies – especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey – are supporting the militants.

Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. According to the United Nations, more than 100,000 people have been killed and millions of others displaced in the violence.

(Source / 28.07.2013)

PA police attack and arrest demonstrators against negotiations with occupation

ramallah1Palestinian Authority security forces attacked Palestinian protesters as they marched in Ramallah on Sunday, July 28, 2013, injuring dozens and arresting a number of protesters. The marchers were protesting the PA’s return to negotiations with Israel, warning that the negotiations represent threats to Palestinian rights and a path to dangerous concessions. ramallah2The protest, organized by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, was attacked as the approximately 200 demonstrators marched toward the Muqata’, PA presidential headquarters. Security forces attacked the protesters with batons in order to prevent them from reaching the Muqata.

Photo via Addameer of injured protester taken from Ramallah Hospital in police van

Photo via Addameer of injured protester taken from Ramallah Hospital in police van

In a statement following the police attack, the PFLP said, “The PA decision – the individual act of President Mahmoud Abbas – was contrary to the decisions of Palestinian national institutions, including the PLO Central Council – and reflects a culture of recklessness, irresponsibility, lack of accountability, and disregard for the law and the national traditions of our people,” and demanded that those responsible be held accountable for their actions.

Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association reported that among the dozens of injured was Khalida Jarrar, member of the Palestinian Legislative Council, PFLP leader and longtime prisoner advocate. Injured demonstrators were arrested and taken away from Ramallah Hospital, where they were receiving treatment. Demonstrators said that the Sunday protest is just the beginning of a popular movement against negotiations, both inside and outside Palestine, including “ending the absurd negotiations and the entire path of Oslo, holding accountable those who normalize with the occupation, returning to international institutions, including the UN, to struggle for Palestinian rights, ending the division, and creating an alternative national strategy of resistance.”

A rally was held simultaneously in Gaza City as well in protest of the negotiations. A protest will take place at 9 pm tonight outside Ramallah police station demanding the release of the 5 people who are currently in PA detention following the protest.

Imprisoned Palestinian leader Ahmad Sa’adat had issued a statement supporting the protests, calling for Palestinians to “Break the barriers of silence and bang on the walls of the tank” against the negotiations.

Video of the protest in Ramallah:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AbAkYyw3u7c

(Source / 28.07.2013)

Syrians, Hezbollah set to retake key Homs rebel area

DAMASCUS (AFP) — Government forces bolstered by Lebanese Shiite militiamen were poised on Sunday to retake the largest rebel-held district of Syria’s third city Homs, a watchdog and state media said.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said troops now controlled most of Khaldiyeh after a month-long assault and were battling insurgents on its outskirts.

The complete fall of Homs, dubbed by rebels “the capital of the revolution” against President Bashar Assad’s regime, would be a major coup for the government as the city straddles a key route linking Damascus to the Mediterranean coast.

State television said the army now controlled most of the Khaldiyeh district and broadcast footage of the destruction, including rubble-strewn streets and bodies it reported were of fighters.

An officer told the channel: “Only the northern sector is left (under rebel control), and that will be liberated within 24 hours.”

Some seven neighborhoods in the Old City also remain in rebel hands, but troops appear determined to dislodge them as they did in the Homs province town of Qusayr, which they seized in June with help from Lebanon’s Hezbollah militiamen.

On Sunday afternoon, regime forces also shelled rebel strongholds in the Old City, the Britain-based Observatory said.

“The army and Hezbollah control a major part of Khaldiyeh after having gained ground (over the past 24 hours) and fighting is now concentrated on the northern and southern outskirts of the district,” Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.

But the opposition National Coalition dismissed the army’s reported advances in Khaldiyeh as “fictitious victories” and accused the regime of having dumped “tonnes of bombs” on the area.

Al-Mayadeen, a Beirut-based satellite television channel considered close to the Damascus government, broadcast footage of Khaldiyeh showing massive destruction.

It also showed the interior of the famed Khaled bin Walid mosque which troops seized on Saturday.

The ancient place of worship noted for its Ottoman and Mameluk architectural style is where Khaled bin Walid, a prominent Arab warrior and companion of the Prophet Mohammed, is said to be buried.

The mosque was a focal point of the uprising now in its third year, and had been the launchpad for several anti-government demonstrations.

Bin Walid’s mausoleum has been destroyed in a rocket attack, according to the Observatory and militants.

Hezbollah, the strongest fighting force in Lebanon and whose military wing has been blacklisted by the European Union as a terrorist group, also helped the army retake Qusayr. That town is likewise strategic, standing on the border with Lebanon and linking Damascus to the coastal stronghold of Assad’s minority Alawite community.

Meanwhile, the opposition National Coalition condemned the reported “collective execution” by rebels of prisoners and said it had set up a commission of inquiry.

At least 150 Syrian regime forces died in fighting for control of Khan al-Assal in the northern Aleppo province, the Observatory said on Friday, adding that more than 50 of those killed were executed by rebels after the town fell last Monday.

The opposition said measures must be taken “against those whose implication in the crime is proven.”

Both sides have traded accusations that chemical weapons used in earlier fierce fighting at Khan al-Assal in March killed about 30 people.

A spokeswoman for UN chief Ban Ki-moon said late on Saturday he would review an accord struck with Syria on investigating the use of chemical weapons before any details are announced. Ban will meet in New York on Monday with one of the two envoys who struck the accord, she told AFP.

A joint statement on Friday said agreement had been reached “on the way forward” in the probe, following a visit to Damascus by Ake Sellstrom, head of the UN inspectors, and Angela Kane, the UN disarmament envoy.

The UN says the 28-month-old civil war in Syria has killed more than 100,000 people and created millions of refugees. On Saturday alone, at least 121 people died in violence across Syria, according to the Observatory.

(Source / 28.07.2013)

Group: List of prisoners expected to be freed

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — The Palestinian Prisoners Society on Sunday published a list of detainees expected to be freed as part of a release deal by Israel.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Saturday that Israel will free 104 Palestinian prisoners to coincide with the resumption of long-stalled peace talks brokered by the United States. The Israeli PM will seek cabinet approval for the release on Sunday.

Qadura Fares, head of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society, said earlier that there would be no talks unless all 104 prisoners returned to their homes.

The list details each prisoner’s name, year of arrest, and place of origin.

1. Karim Yousef Fadel Younis – 1983 – Israel
2. Maher Abed al-Latif Younis – 1983 – Israel
3. Issa Nemr Jebril Abed Rabu – 1984 – Bethlehem
4. Ahmad Farid Mohammad Shihada – 1985 – Ramallah
5. Mohammad Ibrahim Mohammad Naser – 1985 – Ramallah
6. Rafi Farhud Mohammad Karaja – 1985 – Ramallah
7. Mustafa Amer Mohammad Ghniemat – 1985 – Hebron
8. Ziyad Mahmud Mohammad Ghniemat – 1985 – Hebron
9. Othman Abdullah Mahmud Bani Hassan – 1985 – Jenin
10. Haza Mohammad Haza Saedi – 1985 – Jenin
11. Mohammad Ahmad Abed al-Hamid al-Tus – 1985 – Hebron
12. Fayez Mtawe Hamad al-Khur – 1985 – Gaza
13. Mohammad Musbah Khalil Ashur – 1986 – Jerusalem
14. Ibrahim Nayef Hamdan Abu Mukh – 1986 – Israel
15. Rushdi Hamdan Mohammad Abu Mukh – 1986 – Israel
16. Walid Nemr Asaad Daqa – 1986 – Israel
17. Ibrahim Abed al-Razaq Ahmad Bayadsa – 1986 – Israel
18. Ahmad Ali Hussein Abu Jaber – 1986 – Israel
19. Afu Musbah Nufal Shuqaier – 1986 – Salfit
20. Samir Ibrahim Mahmud Abu Nema – 1986 – Jerusalem
21. Mohammad Adel Hassan Dawod – 1987 – Qalqiliya
22. Yassin Mohammad Yassin Abu Khdeir – 1987 – Jerusalem
23. Bashir Abdullah Kamel al-Khatib – 1988 – Israel
24. Mahmud Othman Ibrahim Jabarin – 1988 – Israel
25. Jum’a Ibrahim Juma Adam – 1988 – Ramallah
26. Mahmud Salim Suliman Abu Khraesh – Jericho
27. Samir Saleh Taha Sarsawi – 1988 – Israel
28. Bilal Ahmad Yousef Abu Hussein – 1988 – Jerusalem
29. Ibrahim Lutfi Helmi Taqtouq – 1989 – Nablus
30. Samir Nayef Abed al-Ghafar al-Nanish – 1989 – Nablus
31. Bilal Ibrahim Mustafa Damra – 1989 – Salfit
32. Mustafa Othman Omar al-Hajj – 1989 – Salfit
33. Nehad Yousef Radwan Jundiya – 1989 -Gaza
34. Mohamad Mahmud Awad Hamdiya -1989 – Gaza
35. Raed Mohammad Sharif al-Sadi – 1989 – Jenin
36. Najeh Mohammad Badwi Muqbel -1990 – Hebron
37. Mohamad Jaber Yousef Nashbat -1990 – Gaza
38. Ahmad Saed Mohammad al-Damouni – 1990 – Gaza
39. Mohammad Abed al-Majid Sawalha – 1990 – Nablus
40. Hussni Fargh Ahmad Sawalha – 1990 – Nablus
41. Mohammad Ahmad Mahmud al-Sabagh – 1991 – Jenin
42. Khalid Dawod Ahmad Rizeq – 1991 – Bethlehem
43. Mukhles Sedqi Abed al-Razaq Sawafta – 1991 – Jenin
44. Faris Ahmad Mohammad Barud – 1991 – Gaza
45. Khalid Mohammad Ahmad Asakra – 1991 – Bethlehem
46. Faysal Mustafa Mahmud Abu al-Rub – 1991 – Jenin
47. Jamal Khalid Ibrahim Abu Mihsen – 1991 – Tubas
48. Abed al-Rahman Yousef Mahmud al-Hajj – 1992 – Qalqiliya
49. Mahmud Atta Mahmud Moamar – 1992 – Bethlehem
50. Ibrahim Hassan Mahmud Ighbariya – 1992 – Israel
51. Mohammad Saeed Hassan Ighbariya – 1992 – Israel
52. Yahya Mustafa Mohammad Ighbariya -1992 – Israel
53. Mohammad Tawfiq Suliman Jabarin – 1992 – Israel
54. Noman Yousef Ahmad Shalabi – 1992 – Jenin
55. Adnan Mohammad Yousef al-Afandi – 1992 – Bethlehem
56. Sharif Hassan Atiq Abu Dhaileh – 1992 – Nablus
57. Moayad Salim Mahmoud Hijjeh – 1992 – Nablus
58. Faraj Saleh Abdullah Al-Rimahi – 1992 – Gaza
59. Asrar Mustafa Kalib Samrine – 1992 – Al-Bireh
60. Mousa Izzat Mousa Qaraan – 1992 – Al-Bireh
61. Diyaa Zakariya Shaker al-Falouji – 1992 – Gaza
62. Osama Zakariya Wadee Abu Hinani – 1992 – Jenin
63. Mohammad Yousef Sulaiman Tarkaman – 1992 – Jenin
64. Ahmad Jumaa Mustafa Khalaf – 1992 – Jerusalem
65. Mohammad Fawzi Salameh Filna – 1992 – Ramallah
66. Jameel Abdul Wahab Jamal Al-Natsheh – 1992 – Hebron
67. Nasser Hannas Abdul Hameed Abu Srour – 1993 – Bethlehem
68. Mahmoud Jameel Hassan Abu Srour – 1993 – Bethlehem
69. Taher Mohammad Taher Zyoud – 1993 – Jenin
70. Ahmad Saed Qassem Abdul Aziz – 1993 – Jenin
71. Osama Khaled Kamel Silawi – 1993 – Jenin
72. Yousef Abdul Hameed Irshid – 1993 – Jenin
73. Atef Izzat Shaaban Shaath – 1993 – Gaza
74. Mohammad Noufel Mohammad Daajneh – 1993 – Ramallah
75. Mohammad Mustaa Ahmad Affana – 1993 – Ramallah
76. Ramdan Mohammad Oudeh Yacoub – 1993 – Ramallah
77. Ayman Mohammad Anees Jaradan – 1993 -Jenin
78. Omar Issa Rajab Masoud – 1993 – Gaza
79. Yousef Awwad Mohammad Masalhiyeh – 1993 – Gaza
80. Mohammad Musa Issa Issa – 1993 – Jerusalem
81. Riziq Ali Khader Salah – 1993 – Bethlehem
82. Salah Mahmoud Zayed Muqalad – 1993 Gaza
83. Nael Rafiq Ibrahim Salhab – 1993 Gaza
84. Ahmad Awad Ali Kamel – 1993 – Jenin
85. Salameh Abdullah Salameh Musleh – 1993 – Gaza
86. Ismat Omar Abdul Hafeez Mansour – 1993 – Ramallah
87. Miqdad Ibrahim Ahmad Salah -1993 – Nablus
88. Sameer Hussain Ghanem Murtaja – 1993 – Gaza
89. Saed Rushdi Mohammad A-Tamimi – 1993 – Ramallah
90. Mohammad Yousef Abdul Jawad Shamasneh – 1993 – Jerusalem
91. Jawad Yousef Jawad Shamasneh – 1993 – Jerusalem
92. Aladdin Fahmi Fahd al-Karaki – 1993 – Hebron
93. Nasser Fawzi Mustafa Barham – 1993 – Tulkarem
94. Hilmi Hamad Obaid al-Amawi – 1994 – Gaza
95. Aladdin Ahmad Saed Abu Sitteh – 1994 – Gaza
96. Midhat Fayez Rajab Barbakh – 1994 – Gaza
97. Ayman Taleb Mohammad Abu Sitteh – 1994 – Gaza
98. Yousef Saed Oudeh Abdul – 1994 – Gaza
99. Atiyeh Salem Ali Abu Mousa – 1994 – Gaza
100. Hazem Qassem Taher Shabir – 1994 – Gaza
101. Ali Ibrahime Salem Al-Raei – 1994 – Gaza
102. Mahmoud Mohammad Radwan Salman – 1994 – Gaza
103. Rami Jawdat Zaki Barbakh – 1994 – Gaza
104. Ibrahim Mohammad Radwan Salamn – 1994 – Gaza

(Source / 28.07.2013)

Lawyers request to visit Brotherhood leaders

Human rights lawyers have filed a request to meet with arrested party leaders.

A delegation of human rights lawyers has requested to meet arrested Muslim Brotherhood leaders (AFP File Photo)

A delegation of human rights lawyers has requested to meet arrested Muslim Brotherhood leaders

A delegation of human rights lawyers has requested to meet arrested Muslim Brotherhood leaders, according to the Head of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) Hafez Abu Saada.

Abu Saada, one of the lawyers from the delegation, said they filed for the request early this week and are waiting for a response from the prosecutor general.

He said that there is no information about the arrested leaders, nor communication between them and their families or lawyers.

Abu Saada said: “We want to know how they’re being treated and if they have any complaints.”

He said the Brotherhood leaders they’re trying to visit are Deputy Supreme Guide Rashad Bayoumi and Khairet El-Shater, Freedom and Justice Party President Saad Katatni, former president Mohamed Morsi and lawyer Abdel Moneim Abdel Maqsoud.

Abu Saada said Morsi’s location is still unknown, but the rest of the arrested leaders are in maximum security Al-Aqrab Prison in Tora.

The other members of the delegation are Negad El-Borei, head of the United Group law firm, Mohamed Zaraa, head of the Arab Penal Reform Organization and Ahmed Abdel Hafeez, EOHR member.

State-run Al-Ahram reported that Nasser Amin, head of the Judiciary Independence Centre, said his request to meet with Morsi was approved, but Morsi refused to meet him.

Amin was instead greeted by the former president’s chief of staff Refaa Al-Tatary, who told Amin that the former president and his team are being treated well and taken care of, Al-Ahram said.

(Source / 28.07.2013)