PA nabs man for selling ‘Morsi perfume’

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August 21, 2013 04:46

 
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Palestinian Authority security agents on Tuesday arrested Tulkarem resident Islambuli Riad Bdair on suspicion of manufacturing and selling perfume named after deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi.

The 27-year-old recently graduated from An-Najah University with a degree in civil engineering.

Bdair’s brother, Abdel Fattah, said that the security agents stormed the family’s shop in Tulkarem and confiscated all the Morsi perfume bottles, in addition to a computer. The shop specializes in selling locally made fragrances for men and women.

The PA leadership in the West Bank has come out in full support of the ouster of Morsi, hailing the Egyptian army for its crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood supporters


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