Muslim Brotherhood Torture Chambers Discovered

The fruits of the Arab Spring

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Al-Masry Al-Youm spent three hours in total in the torture chambers established by the Muslim Brotherhood at the gates of the Ittihadiya Palace in the suburb of Heliopolis. The central torture chamber, which is located in front of the gate facing the Omar Ibn Abdel Aziz Mosque on al-Merghany Street, is secured with a cordon and iron barriers, where the Central Security Forces (CSF) prevent the access of any persons without the authorization of the Brotherhood.

Al-Masry Al-Youm Reports On Muslim Brotherhood Torture Chambers

Protesters who were injured during overnight clashes between supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, are pictured with their hands bound while being detained in front of the presidential palace in Cairo, December 6, 2012. (photo by REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany)

We entered the chamber with a great difficulty, after a fellow journalist from the Misr 25 TV channel facilitated. The channel is owned by the Brotherhood. There are brigades and police officers in military uniforms, as well as others in civilian clothes from al-Nozha police station, who oversee the beatings, whippings and torture. Fifteen others from the group, distinguished by their strong bodies, are supervised by three bearded and well-dressed men who decide who will be in the chamber and who may leave, even if the person is a member of the Brotherhood.

via Muslim Brotherhood Torture Chambers Discovered.

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