Egypt military probing activists, media
09 March 2012, 08:51
Cairo - Egypt's official news agency says the nation's chief military
prosecutor is investigating allegations against 12 top activists, media
personalities, lawmakers and a best-selling novelist.
said the allegations, which include inciting hatred against the
military, were filed by more than 700 members of the public.
Thursday report, it quoted chief military prosecutor Major General Adel
al-Mursi as saying the allegations were being looked into by his office.
12 include novelist Alaa al-Aswany, popular TV talk show hosts Youssri
Foudah and Reem Maged, former Google executive and activist Wael Ghoneim
and a lawmaker who publicly described military leader Hussein Tantawi
as a donkey.