Ayman Ahmed Abdul Ghani
Eng. Ayman Ahmed Abdul Ghani was born in November 1964 in Zagaziq, Sharqiya (north of Cairo).
He graduated in the Faculty of Engineering (civil) in 1986
He got married in 1996 to a daughter of Eng. Khairat Al-Shater and has four children: Sara, Anas, Salman and Habiba.
His late father was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood group and he died in 1979; his elder brother Mohamed, an ophthalmologist, is a Muslim Brotherhood member and is also currently detained and was sentenced for three years after a 1995 military tribunal; his brother Omar, an otolaryngologist, is a Muslim Brotherhood member; he has two sisters older than his as he is the youngest.
He was detained for the first time detained on his graduation year, 1986, for a few days during the feast days.
He was detained again for a month in 1992 as part of the crackdown on Sharqiya, and was released on Consultation Room ruling.
He was detained for the third time in 1994 for 6 1/2 months within the state security crackdown against the Muslim Brotherhood for its protesting at the World Population Conference and the issue of removing the veil at schools, an issue which was launched by the Minister of Education.
In 1998, he was detained for six months, the first time to be detained after his marriage, and the consultation room acquitted and released him.
In 2002, he was detained for 6 months before a ruling of the consultation room released him
In 2004, he was detained for 2 1/2 months.
He was detained in March 2006 for six months to be released in late August 2006 and he was recently detained on Dec. 14, 2006 on the so called Al-Azhar students case, because he is one of the officials of the students section in the Muslim Brotherhood.
He is a civil engineer and works in the Arab Contractors Company from 1989 till now, after he completed his military service as a reserve officer in the army.