The Egyptian Interior Ministry revealed the details of the perpetrators and the planned bombing of the Institute of Oncology, which occurred last Sunday, which killed 22 people and 47 wounded.
She said the plot was Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Rahman, who was born in Sinnuras, Fayoum, northwest Egypt, in March 1960.
According to information about the plot of the terrorist incident, Ahmed Abdel Rahman was a close associate of the deposed President Mohamed Morsi, and among his companions while he was imprisoned in Wadi Natroun prison in the lake before the outbreak of the revolution of January 25, 2011, and then escaped with him from prison on the Friday of anger on 28 January, prison breaks by Hamas and Hezbollah elements, a case that is still pending before the Egyptian judiciary.
He joined the Muslim Brotherhood in the late 1970s, and was arrested by the late President Anwar Sadat during the September 1981 arrests, where he was president of the University City Students Union at Cairo University. After graduating in 1985, he returned to his home city of Sinnuras. A private hospital, and increased its role and organizational activity within the Muslim Brotherhood until the trust of the supervisor of the northern Upper Egypt sector at the time Hassan Joudeh, and then Mohamed Badie, who later became the group's general guide.