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The arrest of 3 suspects in Sharqia on charges of reviving the "Quranic" movement in Egypt (details)

To whom it may concern

Reda Abdel Rahman Ali , after arresting him , he was referred to the Supreme State Security Prosecution Cairo in preparation for the start of the interrogation him .

This was published yesterday in Egyptian newspaper ( Al Masry today ).

It is attached here with its translation. Helpless innocent peaceful writer Reda will be severely tortured there to say to them whatever they want him to say.

Your help is badly needed and highly appreciated.

Yours

Ahmed

https://www.almasryalyoum.com/news/details/2035447

 

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The arrest of 3 suspects in Sharqia on charges of reviving the "Quranic" movement in Egypt (details)

Security sources said that the security services arrested 3 suspects a few days ago in Sharkia governorate, accusing them of reviving the "Quranic" movement in Egypt for a second time

The three defendants were referred to the Supreme State Security Prosecution in preparation for the start of the investigation with them regarding what is related to them

In the eighties of the last century, the "Quranic" movement was established in Egypt under the leadership of Al-Azhari, Dr. Ahmed Sobhi Mansour, a former professor at Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, with the aim of giving a true picture of Islam with its tolerant face and ridding it of fanaticism, extremism and isolation, through the reliance of this group in understanding Islam on The Holy Qur’an only without the Sunnah, justifying that by the fact that the Prophet’s Sunnah or the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad (may God bless him and grant him peace) were distorted as they were transmitted verbally across generations, and were not recorded until the third century AH, that is, more than two hundred years after the death of the Messenger.

According to the Qur’an’s understanding that during the era of the Umayyad state, the Sultans ’preachers took advantage of the situation and assumed statements from them to satisfy the Sultan in justifying his grievances and falsely attributing them to the Prophet, while Qur’anic verses were written during the time of the Prophet himself, and a committee of the Companions was formed that collected the verses in a unified book, which is the Qur’an in the era of The third al-Rashidi caliph, Othman bin Affan, and during the past years the security services have arrested a number of people accused of belonging to that movement.

The defendants are facing charges of promoting extremist ideas, which could stir up discord and unrest, due to their denial of the noble Prophet’s Sunnah and their promotion of these ideas in social circles and their endeavor to convince others of them.


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