FILE: The spokesperson of the pro-Muslim Brotherhood movement, Judges for Egypt, Waleed al-Sharaby
CAIRO – 16 September 2018: Sources told Egypt Today that spokesperson of the pro-Muslim Brotherhood movement, Judges for Egypt, Waleed al-Sharaby, was accused of establishing a fictitious company to help Syrian refugees.
The sources revealed that Sharaby established the company to buy several products such as tents, blankets and generators for Syrian refugees in Turkey through receiving cash donations.
Sharaby established the company with Iraqi Muslim Brotherhood member Mazen al-Samari.
Also, Muslim Brotherhood leader Ahmed Abdel Rahman is accused of embezzling the group's fund for his personal interest.
Sources explained that several of the terrorist group's leaders tried to solve these problems but failed.
In Nov. 2013, The Supreme Judicial Council decided to refer Sharabi and other judges belonging to the movement, Judges for Egypt, to a disciplinary board after inciting violence against the June 30 revolution.