Brotherhood figure Beltagy’s son remanded 15 days into custody

Nasr City Prosecution ordered the remanding of Muslim Brotherhood figure Mohamed al-Beltagy’s son Anas and three others for 15 days into custody for possessing bombs and flyers as well as inciting violence in Cairo and Ain Shams Universities.
Cairo security services arrested Beltagy’s son, a student at Ain Shams Specific Education Faculty, and three others accompanying him inside an apartment in Nasr City on Tuesday. They were allegedly possessing ammunition and LE28,000.
Security sources told Al-Masry Al-Youm that the suspects were arrested after receiving information about the location of the hideout in Nasr City. 
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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