“He did not know Dr. Farid Ismail, a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, who died on Thursday evening, in one of the Egyptian prisons, he demanded them a decent life three years ago, and work on improving their salaries, will expose him in front of their eyes is battling the disease days without be affected, but will turn him between doctor and even the deterioration of his health, even his Lord deliver a martyr in prison”.
Such statements and other hundreds of comments, mourned activists and Mgrdo social networking sites Dr. Farid Ismail, a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the agent of the Commission on Defense and National Security Council of the People in 2011, and who died this evening inside a Egyptian prisons as a result of medical negligence after the arrest of a period of several months.
Press sources confirmed that Dr. Farid Ismail died after his health deteriorated and he entered in hepatic coma for several days, the center of the intransigence of the prison administration to help him medically, and their refusal to transfer to the hospital for treatment, but after his health deteriorated dramatically.
His project restructuring of the army and police salaries
It is known that Dr. Farid Ismail was the owner of the restructuring of the salaries of project “The army and police” Following the revolution of January, and was the first student to them a decent life, stressing that the junior officers and enlisted in the armed forces have suffered like the rest of the Egyptian people from low wages and income level throughout the years of the ousted Mubarak.
And provide Dr. Farid Ismail- Where he was “Agent Committee for the Defense and National Security Council of the People in 2011”- The project to the Commission and approved, and has already been at the time the adoption of such increases, which amounted to 400% The basic salary.
When asked Dr. Farid Ismail” From those at the time the increase, and some see exaggerated, he replied,: “This increase is not exaggerated, as the increase on the basic only, which is very low, and away from the allowances and incentives, the basic officers and soldiers before the revolution was very low, and what matters most to the military is the basic salary to stop pension it, so I insisted on the introduction of the draft achieve them social justice that we all seek after the twenty-fifth of January Revolution”.
He said at the time: “Political dispute with the military council management for the transitional period, as the executive branch of the ruling of the country, does not mean that people lose sight of the Council of the sons of the Egyptian army the right to live a decent life”.
It is noteworthy that Dr. Farid Ismail Abdul Halim, who was born in 25/6/1957 Sharkia, a pharmacist free works, and held several positions, including Member of the Executive Office of the Freedom Party and the Egyptian justice, and member of the Shura Council in the Muslim Brotherhood, and member of the Board of Trustees of the Revolution 25 In January, and a member of the Constituent Assembly to draft a constitution in 2012, and the agent of the Committee on Defense and National Security, was arrested early September 2013 From inside his apartment in Zagazig; after being accused of political concern to his God as a martyr on the thirteenth of May 2015.
No reconciliation with the killers
And it provoked the death of Dr. Ismail as a result of medical negligence case of extreme anger among opponents of the coup in Egypt, where the lawyer Mohamed Fadel said, through his account on “Twitter” Commenting on the death of Dr. Fred: “Any reconciliation talking about? Any initiatives you promote? For not only the triumph of the revolution and retribution from dog-Sisi and his regime”.
Dozens of deaths in prisons 3 July
Despite the lack of accurate inventory numbers of deceased prisoners and detainees in prisons and detention centers since the third of July, and even today, as a result of torture or medical negligence, but the human rights reports confirming exceeding percent person.
The organization «Human Rights Watch, Human Rights»- In a report in January- Mark “Egypt: Wave of deaths in prisons”, That the detainees were being beaten to death in police cells and prisons severely overcrowded, unlike other death cases of detainees have heart disease, cancer or other diseases has been refused treatment, amid the deterioration of health services in prisons.
The organization stressed that “Egyptian authorities have not taken serious steps to improve the situation overcrowded prisons; resulting in the occurrence of deaths exceeded percent in the case of prisons and detention centers.
She had recorded the deaths of 95 Detainees in the cells of police stations since mid-2013, evidence from relatives and lawyers of the victims, in addition to the nine deaths in prisons”.