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The trial of former Interior Minister, Habib Al-Adli, has been postponed for August 3, to coincide with that of ousted President, Hosni Mubarak and his sons Alaa and Gamal. Both cases hold the accused responsible for the killing of public demonstrators. As Al Adli left the court, his car was mobbed by Protesters throwing rocks at his vehicle. The hostility in the Egyptian public toward Adli was compounded by his decision to order police forces to fire live ammunition, teargas and water cannons into a crowd to try break up protests against Mubarak, who was forced out of office in February, after 18 days of demonstrations. Hasan Abu Al Anein, the lawyer representing the families of those who were killed, reacted by stating: "Of course in my personal opinion, this decision will increase the anger of the families of the martyrs, and will enflame the demonstrators in Tahrir square. And I don't understand it. Even the trial of Mubarak, which is on August 3rd -- will they have time to put the two trials together in the same case? God only knows. Will the case take place on August 3rd or not, or will we wait until the judiciary holidays, or not? God only knows. And where will it take place? Again, God only knows." Protests in the Egyptian capital have increasingly targeted the Army Council, accusing them of delaying Mubarak's trial and being too slow to remove corrupt officials from the old administration. The army is suspected of delaying Mubarak's trial in order to avoid public humiliation for the decorated former air force officer. The Council, under public and international pressure to set out a timetable for the switch to civilian rule, announced details on Wednesday last for a planned parliamentary election. However, they also stipulated that more specific dates would not be announced before mid- to late-September. Mubarak, 83, has been in Hospital since April, the same month that his questioning first began. Regular reports of continued health problems have led to speculation that he may never face trial. According to Reuters, a source has claimed that his trial is likely to take place in the Red Sea resort, Sharm El-Sheikh, where he is hospitalized, rather than in Cairo. Speaker: Hasan Abu Al Anein, the lawyer representing the families of those who were killed Voice: Majdi Alyazigi By: Nadia Idriss Mayen Al Arabiya with Agencies

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