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Mubarak is still alive: medical source

Medical source denies rumours that ousted president is dead

Ahram Online , Thursday 8 Dec 2011
Mubarak on a stretcher in his trial
Mubarak on a stretcher in his trial "Photo:AP"
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A source in the International Medical Centre where deposed president Hosni Mubarak is detained has denied rumours spreading Thursday that Mubarak was dead, said Ahram website Thursday

According to the unnamed medical source, medical reports show that Mubarak's health is stable, adding that he is still receiving treatment in his room on the fifth floor of the centre.

Early Thursday a rumour spread on several news sites claiming Mubarak had died.

The ousted president’s trial on charges of killing peaceful protesters will resume 28 December.

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Ahmed Kateregga Musaazi
23-06-2012 02:46pm
Now that former President Hassan Mubrak is almost dead, we should only pray to God to forgive him as we do to all Muslims regardless of status. If Muslim Brotherhood won President elections, let their candidate be sworn in. The cirt ruling nullfying previous parliamentary elections may result into another revolution. Let the military, in charge of the state now, make a deal with the majority party, the Muslim Brotherhood, which soon will be the ruling party. A government of national unity where all stakeholders including clerics and military be set up under the Muslim Brotherhood's leadership.
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