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مطار القاهرة: يحتجز مواطنين مصريين شيعة ويمنعهم من التوجة الى العراق لزيارة الأربعين

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احتجزت سلطات مطار القاهره اليوم صباحا عدد من شيعة مصر أثناء توجههم إلى العراق لزيارة الأربعين للإمام الحسين (عليه السلام) ، وافاد الناشط الشيعي علي الرضوي لشبكة الفاطمية وهو أحد اقارب الشيعة المصريين المحتجزين أن سلطات القاهره قامت بأخذ جواز سفر المواطنين الشيعة وتفتيش حقائبهم ومنعهم من السفر نهائيا حتى إشعار آخر ، وعن عدد المحتجزين ذكر *علي الرضوي لشبكة الفاطمية أن عدد المحتجزين من شيعة مصر 16 فردا منهم نساءا وأطفالا ورجالا وهم مازالوا محتجزين منذ الثامنه صباحا إلى الآن . ولم تذكر السلطات المصرية السبب الحقيقي وراء منع سفر البعض من شيعة مصر إلى العراق لمماسة شعائرهم الدينية وزيارة مرقد الإمام الحسين في كربلاء بمناسبة الأربعين . ويذكر أن في هذه الأيام يزور العالم الإسلامي من مختلف دول العالم العراق لزيارة الإمام الحسين التي تعد من أهم الزيارات السنوية التى تقوم بها شيعة العالم كل عام انتهى.




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