Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak is between life and death
Two sources close to the Egyptian security services deny the state of “clinical death” and claim that Mubarak is “unconscious and on life support.”
Hosni Mubarak is unconscious and was placed on life support, said on Tuesday military officials, who deny that the former president is clinically dead a little over a year after his overthrow by the street after 30 years at the head of the Egypt.
While the country is plunged back into political tension, the MENA news agency had earlier reported that the former president, aged 84, was “clinically dead”, quoting medical sources.
Three sources within the army and security services, which still wield power since the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak in February 2011, however, assured that the former president was kept alive. These same officials have refused to use the phrase “clinically dead”.
General Saeed Abbas, a member of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (AFSC) to power, told Reuters that Hosni Mubarak had suffered a stroke but added: “Speaking of clinical death is meaningless.” Another military source said: “It is completely unconscious. He breathes artificially. “This version was confirmed by another source close to the security services, that” it is still premature to say that he is clinically dead.”
Earlier, the official news agency, MENA, had reported that according to his doctors, Mubarak was in a state of clinical death. “Former President Hosni Mubarak is clinically dead after arriving at the military hospital Tuesday Tuesday night,” the agency wrote, quoting medical sources. “Mubarak’s heart stopped beating and was subjected to a defibrillator several times but did not respond,” says MENA.
Tuesday night, sources close to the security services reported that Mubarak, who remained in power for almost thirty years, from late 1981 to early 2011, had suffered a heart attack and a stroke that the were in a coma, and, therefore, it should be helicopter from his prison to a hospital better equipped military.
Former Egyptian president, aged 84, suffered serious health problems since he was forced to step down in February 2011, following a popular uprising against his regime. No independent medical examination has so far helped to pinpoint the ills afflicting the old Rais. Some Egyptians suspect the military disguise reality in order to offer an end to Hosni Mubarak lives more comfortable.
He was interned in the prison wing medicalized Torah from a sentence of life imprisonment was pronounced against him on June 2 for his role in the deaths of demonstrators during the “revolution of the Nile” in early 2011 .
Since the 84-year-old was taken to Tora Prison Hospital after his conviction on June 2 for his role in the deaths of demonstrators during the “revolution of the Nile” in early 2011, there has been an increase in alerts about his health.
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