Morsi’s nephew arrested over violence at Zagazig University in October
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By EMAN MEHANNA

CAIRO: Security forces arrested former President Mohamed Morsi’s nephew, Mohamed, and three other Muslim Brotherhood members in Sharqia governorate on Tuesday.

The four suspects are accused of the “attempted murder” of students during violence witnessed at Zagazig University during the first term.

In October 2013, the security administration of the university filed a report against Morsi, who is a junior student at the Faculty of Law, for fomenting riots and damaging the main building of the university.

On March 1, the former president’s son Abdullah Morsi was arrested for smoking hashish. He was released the next day pending investigations, but his blood sample tested positive for drug abuse, according to a forensic report released on March 3.

Originally published in Youm7.

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