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Ex-Muslim Brotherhood Guide Mahdi Akef - Al-Shorouk
Former Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mahdy Akef was transferred from Torah Prison to the Maadi military hospital on Thursday, a security source from the interior ministry said. 
The medical staff at the hospital asked that Akef be kept for 48 hours to run some examinations related to his heart, brain and nerves, the source added to the Middle East News Agency. 
A general prosecutor had ordered that he be detained pending investigations into allegations that he insulted the judiciary and incited the killing of protesters. 
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