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Ayman Nour retracts complaints against Mortada Mansour
Published in Daily News Egypt on 18 - 10 - 2007

CAIRO: Ayman Nour, prisoner and former opposition leader, retracted the four complaints he filed against Mortada Mansour, ex-president of Zamalek club, as a result of the latter's deteriorating psychological state, according to Amir Salem, Nour's lawyer.
Salem told Daily News Egypt that Mansour went into a state of shock after his expectations of being released by either Oct. 6 or the Islamic Eid Al-Fitr were quelled.
Mansour Abdel Ghafaar, Mansour's lawyer, confirmed to Daily News Egypt in a previous interview that Mansour would be released on Oct. 6.
"Nour has decided not to add to the pressures already put on Mansour, he has his share of problems with the government, Amir said.
Nour's complaints against the controversial Mansour came in response to the latter's alleged defamation and death threat in Tora Farm prison, where they are both inmates.
Mansour, who was moved from Tora prison to Tora Farm prison five months ago, allegedly verbally assaulted Nour in public and threatened him with murder, while holding a wrapped piece of cloth that was believed to conceal a weapon.
However, Mansour denied Nour's accusations last August.
Salem, in a previous interview with Daily News Egypt, indicated that Mansour was intent on offending Nour ever since he moved into the Tora farm prison. The animosity between them dates back to the time when they were both members of parliament.

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