Muslim Brotherhood uses poisonous nails in explosives: investigations
Sources said that the extremists received training through social media on how to manufacture explosive devices using toxic nails, commissioned by terrorist leaders who reside abroad.
The investigations revealed serious information about the financial support file recently assigned to the female members of the terrorist group, who serve as a link between the Brotherhood's leaders in Doha and Istanbul and the Brotherhood's youth inside the country.
Investigations indicated that the female members communicate through mobile applications with the terrorist leaders fleeing abroad and funds are transferred to them to pay extremists to commit terrorist acts inside the country.
CAIRO - 13 August 2018: The Military Court delayed on Monday the prosecution of 304 defendants over the attempted assassination of Assistant Attorney Genera; Zacaria abd al-Aziz. The defendants belong to the "Hasm" movement considered the armed group of the Muslim Brotherhood, held at the Institute of Police Secretaries in Batrah.
The Military Court delayed on Monday the prosecution of 304 defendants over the attempted assassination of Assistant Attorney General Zakaria Abdel Aziz.
The defendants belong to Hasm movement which is considered the armed group of the Muslim Brotherhood. The defendants include Mohammed Ali Bishr, a member of the Brotherhood's Guidance Bureau, and other leaders of the group.
The Supreme State Security relates the movement of the Hasm to 17 terrorist incidents targeting army officers, police, clerics, and prosecutors.
It said the head of the “central operations chamber” of the movement, Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Hafiz, left to Turkey, aided by a number of members of the Brotherhood group that include Ali Batikh, Majdi Shalash and Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Hadi.
CAIRO - 13 August 2018: Cairo Criminal Court on Monday renewed the detention of nine people accused of joining the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Hasm group for 45 days pending investigations. The suspects are accused of planning attacks against state institutions.
Cairo Criminal Court renewed on Monday the detention of nine people accused of joining the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Hasm group for 45 days pending investigations.
The suspects are accused of planning attacks against state institutions.
Earlier, the security bodies announced the arrest of the nine Hasm members upon an order from the public prosecutor over charges of planning to carry out acts of sabotage across the country during the upcoming period.