A girl carries a flag of the Muslim Brotherhood as she joins protesters from the Islamic Action Front during demonstration to show their solidarity with Palestinians and anger at a recent political arrest, after the Friday prayer in Amman November 28, 201 A girl carries a flag of the Muslim Brotherhood as she joins protesters from the Islamic Action Front during demonstration to show their solidarity with Palestinians and anger at a recent political arrest, after the Friday prayer in Amman November 28, 201

Egypt blacklists 600 persons for funding Muslim Brotherhood: sources

Wed, May. 15, 2019
CAIRO - 14 May 2019: The Egyptian state committee tasked with confiscating and managing the funds and assets of terrorist groups blacklisted 600 persons, including Muslim Brotherhood figures and sons, high-level sources revealed.

Egypt designated the Muslim Brotherhood group as a terrorist organization inDecember 2013.

The committee received information proving the involvement of the recently blacklisted persons in funding terrorist attacks against army and police personnel and civilians, the sources explained.

The sons of the imprisoned Muslim Brotherhood figures cooperated with fugitives of the group who fled to other countries to provide logistic support and financial assistance on monthly basis required to fund the group's terrorist attacks, according to the sources.

According to law, the committee has to submit an official request to Cairo Court of Urgent Matters before the former can seize and manage the assets of the blacklisted persons and transfer the ownership of these assets to the state's public treasury.

The committee then would inform the state's concerned parties including the Central Bank of Egypt and the Real Estate Registration Office.
 
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