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.

Joint Statement We Condemn Egyptian Regime’s Attack Against Opposition, Reject Military Tribunals

We, the undersigned, across political, intellectual and ideological spectrums, declare our outright rejection to the Egyptian regime’s oppressive decision of transferring dozens of leaders from the Muslim Brotherhood group to military tribunals and denying them the constitutional right to appear in front of a civil judge; we declare our full solidarity with the MB leaders transferred to the military courts and with the liberal opponent Ayman Nour who is denied his legal rights in prison, regardless of the political or intellectual differences between them.

We, the undersigned, see that these decisions, of transferring civilians to military courts and staging a siege on Ayman Nour, in addition to other developments, show that the Egyptian autocratic regime insists on maintaining its tyrannical method which is based on repressing freedoms, subverting the will of people and besieging real opposition powers.

Therefore, we declare our full awareness of the government’s current serious measures, as they reflect the insistence of the ruler and his minions on making their authority everlasting, consolidating their powers and maintaining their authoritarian method.

Our feeling of our political responsibility make us, we the undersigned, consider the fierce attack against Al-Ghad (Tomorrow) party and the Muslim Brotherhood group as an attack against all of us, regardless of the political differences, requiring that we close ranks to fight it with all peaceful and legal methods.

The undersigned oppose transferring civilians to military courts:

Ibrahim Eissa - Editor-in-chief of Al-Dustoor newspaper
Abul Ezz Hassan Al Hariri- Deputy chairman of the Leftist Tagammu' Party
Dr. Ahmed Al Ahwani- A professor at the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University
Ahmed Al-Pasha- Engineer
Ahmed Bahaauddin Shaban - Engineer and leader in Kifaya Movement
Ahmad Zein – Media person
Ahmed Taha Al-Naqr - Writer and journalist
Ahmed Fouad Nagm - Poet
Ahmed Mahgoub - Poet and writer
Ahmed Mohamed - Sales manager
Ahmed Mahmoud – Teacher
Ahmed Mostafa - Sales man
Dr. Ahmed Yunus -Writer and journalist
Ismail Solaiman - The Secretary General of the Tagammu' Party in Alexandria
Ashraf Ayoub – A member of the Leftist Tagammu' Party's central committee
Ashraf Al Hefni - The Secretary General of the Tagammu' Party in North Sinai
Elham Eidarous – Translator
Dr. Amina Rashid – University professor and writer
Ayman Ebeid – a member at Arab Doctors' Union
Bothaina Kamel – Media person
Bahaa Saber – journalist
Bahaa Taher - Writer and man of letters
Bahiyuddin Hassan The executive director of Cairo Center for Human Rights
Tamer Wagih- A member at the Socialist Studies Center
Gamal Fahmi- Journalist and board member of the Press Syndicate
George Ishak – educationalist and top leader in Kifaya Movement
Hazem Ghurab - Media person
Hafez Abu Seada - the executive director of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights
Hossam Al Hamalawi - Journalist and member of the Socialist Studies Center
Hossam Eissa – University professor
Hossam Abdullah – Fertility- Sterility specialist in The United Kingdom
Hassan Hussein – Journalist
Hassan Abdullah - The secretary general of the progressive youth in North Sinai
Dr. Hassan Nafaa - A political science professor at Cairo University
Hosni Abdul Rahim – Power engineer and writer
Helmi Shaarawi - Manager the Arab and African research center
Hamdein Sabahi - Founder of Al-Karama party and former member of parliament
Hamza Zouba - Doctor and writer
Khaled Al Balshi- Journalist
Dina Gamil - journalist and member of the Socialist Studies Center
Dr. Rabab Al Mahdi- University professor and member of the Socialist Studies Center
Dr. Radwa Ashour - A professor at Ain Shams University and a writer
Dr. Raouf Abbas - Historian and writer
Dr. Reham Mostafa – Dentist
Zeinab Abdul Hamid Al-Hadari- teacher
Sameh Nagib – a member in the Socialist Studies Center
Dr. Sami Al-Agouz– Chemist
Saher Gad – journalist
Said Al Sewerki- journalist
Salwa Gaber Abdul Nabi – Accountant
Samir Al Wasimi- journalist and political researcher
Samir Hosni - Stage director
Dr. Sozan Fayyad – A doctor and manager of Al-Nadeem center manager
Dr. . Sayed Al Bahrawi – University professor and writer
Safi Naz Kazem- Writer and critic
Sonallah Ibrahim- Writer and a man of letters
Diaa Rashwan - An expert at Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies
Tarek Al Bishri – A writer, historian and former judge
Tarek Abdul Gawaad - Sales manager
Tarek Nawwara – Manager
Adel Al Mshd - Board director of Sigma for electronics
Adel Solaiman
Dr. Aida Saif Al-Dawla – A psychiatry professor at Ain Shams University
Dr. Abdul Galil Mostafa – A professor at Kasr Alainy Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Abdul Halim Kandeel - Editor-in-chief of Al-Karama newspaper
Abdul Rahman Mousa – Engineer
Dr. Abdul Fattah Ahmed Abdul Fattah – A doctor and undersecretary general of Tagammu' Party in Alexandria
Abdul Aziz Al Husseini - Engineer and a leader in Karama Party
Abdul Aziz Makhyoun – actor
Abdullah Al Sinnawi - Editor-in-chief of Al-Arabi Newspaper
Dr. Abdul Wahab Al Meseiri – A university professor, writer and coordinator of Kifaya Movement
Abir Al Askari – Journalist
Arab Lotfi – Movie director
Ezzat Abdul Moneim Hilal - Expert of information systems
Aziz Nouh – Engineer
Essam Al -labbad- Engineer
Alaa Al Aswani – Writer and a man of letters
Alaa Al Kashef - The secretary General of the Tagammu' party in North Sinai
Emad Amin – Engineer
Omar Al Maleh – Engineer
Omar Mohamed Ahmed Al-Hady- journalist
Dr. Amr Al Shobki - An expert at Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies
Dr. Amr Darag – Vice-chairman of the teaching club at Cairo University
Dr. Faten Fahim - A professor at Zagazig University
Dr. Fathi Al Khamisi – Musician
Dr. Fiolit Dagher – Chairman of the Arab committee for Human Rights
Dr. Karima Al Hefnawi - Pharmacist and leader in Karama Party
Kamal Abu Eita – Tax Authority employee and leader in Karama Party
Kamal Khalil – consultant engineer and manager of the Socialist Studies Center
Lobna Mohamed
Dr. Magda Adli- Doctor
Magdi Ahmed Hussein - The Secretary-General of the Labor Party
Dr. Magdi Qorqor - Engineer and leader in the Labour Party
Magdi Mehanna - Writer and journalist
Mahfouz Abdul Rahman – Writer and scenarist
Dr. Mohamed Abu Al-Ghar – A professor at Al-Qasr Al-Aini Faculty of Medicine
Mohamed Al Ashqar - Engineer and leader in the Karama Party
Dr. Mohamed Al Sayed Said – Vice-chairman of Al-Ahram Center for Political ans Strategic Studies
Mohamed Gamal - Administrative development expert
Mohamed Rasheedi Fahmi – Student
Dr. Mohamed Sharaf – University professor and leader in Kifaya Movement
Mohamed Mahmoud Ibrahim - Engineer and IT consultant
Mohamed Moss'ad – Advertising expert
Mohamed Monir – journalist
Mohamed Wakid - Researcher and member of the Socialist Studies Center
Dr. Mahmoud Al Losey – University professor
Mahmoud Kamal – Teacher
Marwa Ghanem – News editor
Mostafa Singer - The Secretary General of the Leftist Tagammu' party in Al-Shiekh Zuwayyid, North Sinai
Dr. Mostafa Kamel Al-Sayyed- A writer and university professor
Mostafa Massoud – Engineer
Mamdouh Habashi
Mamdouh Mostafa – University professor
Dr. Manar Hussein - A university professor at Al-Qasr Al-Aini faculty of medicine and member in the Socialist Studies Center
Monzer Al Youssef - a student
Nawwara Nagm - journalist
Nevin Samir - an administrative employee
Haitham Abul Ezz Al Hariri- a member of the Tagammu' party's central committee
Dr. Hisham Al Salamoni - Scenarist and playwright
Hisham Fouad - journalist and member of the Socialist Studies Center
Hend Abul Ezz Al Hariri – Engineer
Haitham Abul Ezz Al Hariri - Engineer and governorate committee member in Tagammu' Party in Alexandria
Dr. Haitham Manaa- Spokesman of the Arab Committee for Human Rights
Wael Khalil - Engineer and member of the Socialist Studies Center
Wagdi Abdul Aziz – Manager of the South Center for Human Rights
Yasmin Hani Wasfi – Accountant and secretary general of the Tagammu' Party youth union in Alexandria
Dr. Yahya Al Gazzaz – University professor and leader in Kifaya Movement
Yahya Fekri - Engineer and member of the Socialist Studies Center
Yahya Qallash - The Secretary-General of the Press Syndicate.



Ahmed Al Nahhas

Eng. : Ahmed Ahmed Ahmed Al Nahhas

He was born on Feb., 12, 1959
Postal address: 10 Mohamed Mohsen, Ganaklis-Dar Es Salaam buildingsU building no. 1, flat 703
Job: Consulting engineer Academic Qualifications BA in the faculty of engineering (civil)
Has a consultant degree He received experience certificates in management of projects and sales

Public Action

A prominent member in the anti-sequestration group of engineersThe Engineers Syndicate treasurer in Alexandria

A former secretary-general of the student union in the Faculty of Engineering- University of Alexandria
He ran for the legislative elections in 2000 and 2005.

Service and Social Action
Secretary-General of the union of Dar Es Salaam buildings
Preacher and supervisor of the feast prayer open area in Dar Es Salaam

He was previously detained two times:

the first from 1980 to 1981 for one year
and the second, in 1987 for 20 days


His wife is called: Manal Mohamed Hussein Mohamed Eissa
Her phone number: 203 / 5771099
Her Email: nahass4e@yahoo.comThe qualification : BA in the faculty of engineering (mechanics)

Ahmed Ahmed Ahmed Al Nahhas, born on April, 26, 1987, a student in the faculty of Engineering

Yasser Ahmed Ahmed Al Nahhas, born on Oct., 19, 1990, a student in the High School Diploma
Negative effects of past and current detentions
He failed in a year in the Faculty of Engineering – in 1981

His current detention led to shutting down his company and stopping his office activities and accordingly depriving his family of the main source of their living. The Egyptian tyrannical regime froze his and his family's assets. The security forces ransacked his house and office turned them upside-down and took all they money in the treasurer and all computers.

Mamdouh Al Hussini

Mamdouh Al Husseini

Eng. Mamdouh Ahmed Abdul Moeti Al HusseiniHe was born in Al Hamzawi st., Al-Darb Al-Ahmar, CairoHe got a BA in the Faculty of Engineering (mechanics), Cairo University in 1973

He got a BA from the Faculty of Islamic Call, Al-Azhar University, (Grade: very good) in 1997.

He got married in 1975 after completing the military service as a reserve officer in the Egyptian army.

He has three sons:

Mohamed, Ahmed and Abd Al-Rahman

He moved to work in Saudi Arabia in 1978 and stayed there six years before returning to Cairo

in 1984 to set up his contracts company in Nasr City.

He is living now in Al-Tagamue Al-Khamis, New Cairo .

He was detained, 1 1/2 years ago for more than two months on charge of belonging to an outlawed group and other fabricated and groundless accusations. He was detained again on Dec., 14, 2006, along with 16 Muslim Brotherhood leaders in east Cairo and he is still detained.

Sadek Abdul Rahman Al Sharqawi

Sadek Abdul Rahman Al Sharqawi
was born in the village of Gharin, Monofiya, north of Cairo, on Fed., 29, 1950.

He moved with his family to Cairo in mid 19502s and settled in Kitkat of Greater Cairo.

Al-Sharqawi graduated in the Faculty of Commerce, the Cairo University,

in 1973 and worked as an accountant for a while before moving to Britain.

After contacting a British university, it gave him a scholarship; then, he moved to Britain in 1974 after receiving an exemption from military service because he was his family breadwinner.

He received postgraduate studies in the field of computer in London in 1976; then he traveled to work in Saudi Arabia till 1994.

He got married in 1978 and has three sons:

Abd Al-Rahman, Abd Al-Hamid and Abdullah and three daughters.
He was detained in 2000 for two months ahead of the parliamentary elections.

Gamal Mahmoud Shaban

Name: Gamal Mahmoud Shaban
He is 43 years old
He has a bachelor of commerce in 1989 and a BA in Sharia and Law in 2005
He worked in as an accountant in several companies in Alexandria
then he moved to work as an accountant in Cairo
Wife :
Amani Ibrahim Ahmed
four children :
Israa: 13 years old, a sixth year student in the primary stage
Khaled: 12 years old, a sixth year student in the primary stage
Amr: 9 years, a second year student in the primary stage
Hamza: 5 Years

Dr. Essam Hashish

Dr. Essam Hashish:

Professor at the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University
Age: 57 years
He has 7 children, 7 grandchildren
He was born in a village in Gharbiya (north of Cairo)
His father was an imam of a mosque.
He was had the 12th highest standing nationwide in the High School Diploma.
He joined the faculty of engineering and received many certificates of superiority during various stages.
Memorized all chapters of the Quran while he was in prison in 1981, in the first detention after Sadat was assassinated.
He was detained for 13 months in 1981.
He was rearrested in 1995 on Al-Wasat (Centre) Party case for about 4 month and was acquitted.

His wife is Dr. Samira Mohamed Ahmed ·
His children:
-Khadiga: a assistant professor at Al-Qasr Al-Aini faculty of medicine (she has three children).
-Fatma: Graduate from the Faculty of Commerce - married
-Abdullah- Graduate from the Faculty of Engineering and is married to the daughter of Dr. Hisham Al Souli, a Muslim Brotherhood leader in Ismailia who was arrested for three years in the military tribunal of the syndicate leaders .
-Aisha- Graduate from the Faculty of Applied Arts-married
-Mohamed- computer institute graduate
-Zeinab- Graduate from the Faculty of Commerce (English Dept
Hagar- First year student in the Faculty of Commerce (English Dept


Names of MB Leaders Referred to Military Court

Cairo public prison administration informed 32 Muslim Brotherhood detainees that their cases have been referred to a military tribunal, according to president Mubarak's decree of ordering 40 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders to appear before a military court for the first time of such a measure in about six years .

Lawyer Mostafa Al Demeiri said that the MB detainees told the defense panel that they were officially informed that a military court will investigate into and hear their case no. 963 high state security which known as Al-Azhar students case.

He said that the defense panel is waiting for the military court's delegate to receive the files of investigation with the detainees from the Higher State Security Prosecution in order to set a quick session to hear the case .

Al Demeiri confirmed that the charges against the detainees are still the same: money laundering and using terrorist means to achieve the targets of a currently outlawed group.
He pointed out that the rulings of the military justice are final and can't be challenged or appealed; the defendants in such a military court can only seek amnesty of the president, as he is the military governor, to release him or reduce the sentence.

Eight Muslim Brotherhood members are scheduled to be tried in absentia in front of the military tribunal because five of them are living abroad:

Youssef Nada
Ali Himmat Ghaleb
Fathi Ahmed Al Khouli
Dr.Tawfik Al Wa'i

While the security forces didn't manage to arrest three others:
Asaad Al-Sheikh
Hassan Zalat
Ahmed Mohamed Abdul Ati

The other 32 MB detainees will be tried in person before the military tribunal:

1- Eng. Khairat Al Shater (The second deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood)
2- Dr. Mohamed Ali Beshr (Muslim Brotherhood Executive Bureau member and a professor at the Faculty of Engineering, Monofiya university)
3- Dr. Khaled Awda, a businessman and a professor at the Faculty of Science, Asyut University and the son of martyr Abdul Qader Awda, MB legend who was executed by president Nasser in the 1950s.
4- Eng. Ahmed Shousha (businessman)
5- Hassan Malek (businessman)
6- Sadek al Sharkawy (businessman)
7- Eng. Mamdouh Al Husseini
8- Dr. Farid Galbat, a professor in the Faculty of Sharia and Law, Al-Azhar University.
9- Said Saad Ali
10- Mohamed Mehanna Hassan
11- Dr. Mohamed Hafez
12- Dr.Mohamed Baligh
13- Dr. Diya' Al-Din Farahat
14- Dr. Salah Al Desouki (A professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Al-Azhar University)
15- Fathi Mohamed Baghdadi (Al-Masaei school principal)
16- Eng. Ayman Abdul Ghani
17- Eng. Mahmoud Al Morsi
18- Dr. Essam Abdul Mohsen (A professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Al-Azhar University)
19- Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zeid (a surgery professor at Al-Qasr Al-Aini faculty of medicine)
20- Ahmed Ezzuddin (journalist)
21- Mostafa Salem (accountant)
22- Sayed Maarouf (a manager at Omar Effendi Co.)
23- Gamal Shaban (accountant)
24- Yasser Abdou (accountant and Secretary-General of the Syndicate of Commercial Professions in Giza)
25- Ahmed Ashraf ( the manager of the Islamic Publishing House)
26- Mohamed Mahmoud Abdul Gawaad
27- Ahmed Al Nahhas
28- Dr.Essam Hashish (A professor at the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University and a Muslim Brotherhood leader in Giza)
29- Eng. Medhat Al-Haddad, Director of Arabiya for Construction Co.and a Muslim Brotherhood leader in Alexandria
30- Osama Abdul Mohsen Sharby, Director of Egilica Tourism Co.
31- Dr. Abd Al-Rahman Saudi, Director of the Urban Development Co. and a Muslim Brotherhood leader in Giza
32- Dr. Amir Bassam – a Muslim Brotherhood candidate in 2005 legislative elections for Sharqiya.

Mohammed Ali Bishr

Mohammed Ali Bishr

-He works as a professor at the Department of Power- Faculty of Engineering- Menoufiya University-Egypt
-He is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood"s Guidance Bureau

Background Of His Life Career
Date and place of Birth: 14-2-1951 in Kafr Mansha-Qiwisna- Menoufiya governorate
In 1974 Dr Bishr graduated with an "Excellent" grade from the Department of Power Engineering- Faculty of Engineering (formerly the Higher Industrial Institute)- Menoufiya University, and became an administrator in the same year

From 1974 to 1976 he was drafted into the Army as a reserve officer in the Air Defense Corps
In 1979 he obtained his MS in Power Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering in Shebeen Al Koum-Menufiya University, and was appointed assistant professor in the same faculty
In 1984 he was awarded his PhD from the State of Colorado University-USA

In 1984 he was appointed professor in the Faculty of Engineering
1992 He was reinstated in the same position- assistant professor in the same faculty
In 1998 he was appointed visiting professor in the State of North Carolina University-USA
In 1979 he joined Muslim Brotherhood and he headed the Group"s Students" Affairs Committee, then the Professionals" Committee and the Administrative Development Committee

Detention and Jail
He was arrested on 14-10-1999- in a case known as (the Trade Unionists case) and was court-martialed along with 20 Trade Unionists. He was charged of belonging to The Muslim Brotherhood and of preparing for the Trade Unions" elections. He was sentenced for three years and was released on 8-10-2002

Syndicate and Public Action
In 1987 he won the election as Member of Parliament- Menoufiyya first Constituency. The Court declared him a winner but the ruling was not executed
In 1995 he stood a candidate in the parliamentary election and his victory was sure, but since the election was rigged, he lost the second round of election to an NDP member
In 1985 he won the elections of Engineers Syndicate as member of Power Branch
From 1991 to 1995 he was elected Assistant Treasurer in the General Syndicate of Engineers till it was sequestrated by the authorities in 1995
-1989-1997 He was elected Secretary General of Engineering Associations Union of the Islamic Countries

Traveling Abroad
He traveled to many countries on syndicate and scientific tasks foremost among which were
USA-UK-France-Germany-Russia-Kazakhstan-Ozbekstan-Turkey-Pakistan- Malaysia- Bangladesh- Thailand- Tunisia- Algeria- Libya- Sudan- Jordan- Syria- Bahrain- Emirates- Saudi Arabia

Participation in International Conferences
He participated in many syndicate and scientific conferences foremost among which were

In 1989 The Conference on Technological Integration Among Muslim
Countries- Cairo

In 1991 Technological Development in the Islamic world -Malaysia

In 1993 Best Exploitation of Natural Resources in the Muslim World

In 1994 Good Quality of Engineering Education and The Future- Cairo

In 1995 Systems Of Communication and Information in the Muslim
Countries- Oman-Jordan

Unemplyment Among The Engineers-The Problem And The Solution

In 2003 The Technological Gap Between The Developing And The
Developed Countries -Tunisa

The Problem Of Low-Income Citizens In the Muslim World


He is married with two sons and a daughter
-Hani: graduated from Faculty of Law- Cairo University- He is making further studies for MA in Scotland_UK
-Ahmed-Ms in Engineering-Construction Department
Sara: A Secondary-stage student

Mohammed Khairat Saad Al- Shatter

Mohammed Khairat Saad Al- Shatter
Born in Dakahleya on May 4th 1950
Married with ten children and ten grandchildren
Academic Qualifications
B.Sc. of Civil Engineering, Alexandria University,1974
Master Degree in Construction Management, Mansoura University,1980
B.A from Anthropology Department, Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University,2002
Islamic Studies diploma, Islamic Studies Institute, 1999
Diploma in Social Work and NGOs, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 2000
Diploma in Business Administration, Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, 1998
Diploma in International Marketing, Faculty of Commerce, Helwan University, 2000

Professional Career

Worked as an administrator in the Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University from 1974 until 1981In 1981, late president Sadat suspended him from working in the university

In 1981 onwards he established his own business in different areas and companiesHe currently runs his private group of companies, in addition to being a board member in some major banks and companies

Political and Islamic activities

Khairat Al-Shatter started his political activities as early as 1966When he was a secondary school studentHe was a founding member of the general Islamic action in 1967 especially in Alexandria where he played pivotal role in establishing the general Islamic awakening (Sahwa) starting early seventiesHe has been a Muslim Brotherhood member since 1974He took the lead in many Muslim Brotherhoodaffairs, inter alia, Education, Human Development and ManagementHe was elected member of Muslim Brotherhood Guidance Bureau in 1995

Al- Shatter has been to prison several times during Nasser and Mubarak eras

In 1968 after participation in the famous students demonstrations that followed the 1967 War, he was kept in prison for four months then dismissed from university .Right after he was released, he was drafted into the Army in the Red Sea town, a far –off area from Cairo and AlexandriaIn 1992
he was imprisoned for one year in the famous Salsabeel caseIn 1995 he was sentenced to five years, along with 54 members of Muslim Brotherhood who were sentenced from three to five years; he was released in July 2000In 2001 he was imprisoned for almost one year in what was known as Imbaba group, a Muslim Brotherhood meeting

Eng. Al –Shatter has been to Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Jordan, and UK. He has also been to Arab, Asian and European countries