CAIRO, March 20 (Xinhua) -- Egypt's prosecution detained on Wednesday a coordinator of an Islamist group in connection with "a street war," for four days pending investigations.
Gamal Saber, coordinator of "Hazemoon group" affiliated with former Salafist presidential candidate Hazem Salah Abu-Islamil, was arrested along with his son, who allegedly killed a 15-year- old boy in a soccer game dispute.
Saber has denied either he or his son had taken part in the clash which left three killed and 25 injured on Monday.
The General Prosecution also ordered to arrest another 30 people involved in the fight between residents of two neighborhoods in Cairo.
The police had decided not to detain Saber and his son at any local station for fear that Hazemoon members might protest and break into the facility.