32 MB members get 10 yr imprisonment for threatening public security


Wed, 06 Sep 2017 - 08:34 GMT

 photo of Alexandria Court photo file

photo of Alexandria Court photo file

CAIRO - 06 September 2017: Alexandria Criminal Court sentenced 32 Muslims Brotherhood members to 10 years imprisonment over threatening public security.

Headed by Counselor Magdy Mohamed Nouara, Alexandria Criminal Court sentenced 32 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group to 10 years imprisonment in case No. 34377 for the year 2015 on charges of threatening national security and undermining public peace.

According to the prosecution minutes, the first defendant, Hamdi M., a 38 years-old carpenter who led a terrorist group, aimed at committing terrorist acts with the purpose of disrupting public order and endangering the stability and security of society.

The minutes stated that all of the accused joined the terrorist group whose main aim is to commit terrorist acts to violate public order, terrorize individuals, and endanger lives, freedoms, and public and individual rights guaranteed by the Egyptian Constitution.

The accused members were fully aware that the terrorist group aimed at jeopardizing national unity and social peace, and that they used violence, terror, and intimidation to achieve their purposes. They also possessed documents to be published and distributed with the said aims.



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