The group also claimed that Hossam Arafa, 25, also from Nahia
, was taken along with El-Afifi.
The official narrative, presented by the Ministry of Interior, however argued that approximately 400 protesters in Talbiya and Nahia
used bird-shot and firecrackers against civilians, who in return, clashed with them.
The Shia insurgency attempted to control the population in the Jisr Diyala, Narhwan, and Wahida Nahias
through the domination of the Iraqi Police, tacit control of the nahia
governments, and management of the health care clinics.
A casualty in Nahia
, named Hossam Al-Akbawi, was said to have been celebrating the Eid prayers when riot police stormed the village, chasing the alleged protesters.
was raided on 24 September 2013, where riot police and members of the investigation bureau storming into a number of homes, arresting alleged terrorists and Brotherhood affiliates.
The violence was not just restricted to the village of Kerdasa, which lies close to the Giza plateau that hosts the Giza Pyramids, but also occurred in the nearby village of Nahia
The violence was not just restricted to the village of Kerdasa, but also occurred in the nearby village of Nahia
Two more died in two separate incidents, one in the Beni Suef governorate and another in Nahia
The detainees were brought in after a joint security operation between the police and Armed Forces was launched in Kerdasa and the village of Nahia
, which lies to the Northeast of Kerdasa, last week.
The Ministry of Interior (MOI) announcedon Thursdaynight that it arrested 68 peoplein the villages of Kerdasa and Nahia
in Giza governorateduring its security operation, which was launchedThursdaymorning.
Public squares around the Arab world are ready to receive millions who can stop any ruler and expose him," added Zomor in an interview in his home village of Nahia
on the rural outskirts of Cairo.
Hundreds of protestors marched from Nahia
and Boulaq towards Gamet El-Dowal Street to join thousands of others gathering in front of Mustafa Mahmoud Mosque chanting "Leave, leave.