Guards of senior Muslim Brotherhood figure arrested in Egypt
Egyptian security forces Monday arrested several guards of Khairat al-Shater, the deputy leader of the ruling Muslim Brotherhood movement, after an exchange of fire near his house, a security source said, dpa reported.
Al-Shater's son, Saad, told Al Arabiya broadcaster that police forces opened fire on their house in Cairo and arrested the driver. It was not clear whether al-Shater, seen as the most influential man in the brotherhood, was at home at the time.
Posted by: Steve White 2013-07-02