The Rabaa sit-in podium was extremely controversial during the one month and a half long sit-in at Rabaa square in Cairo. Muslim Brotherhood leaders took the stage to incite violence, brainwash their followers into staying despite knowing the risks, and promise them paradise.
Kassem was imprisoned on charges of disturbing public peace, terrorizing, intimidation, and spreading horror among citizens.
The 45-minute documentary, according to EMG, exposes how the Muslim Brotherhood used to create chaos and violence right before repudiation.
Egypt Today takes a glimpse at the book of history to shed light on how this group of terrorists and extremists posed a danger to the country.
The General Assembly of the Cassation Court demanded the UN Commissioner on Tuesday to abide “neutrality and professionalism” after the latter criticized sentences handed by an Egyptian judge to Muslim Brotherhood members.
Spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Ahmed Abu Zeid on addressed the European Commission (EC) statements on Egypt’s judicial verdicts on armed Rabaa sit-in.
Egyptian Foreign Ministry strongly condemned a statement issued by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet (OHCHR) on Egypt’s judicial sentences
Egypt placed 187 defendants affiliated to the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group on its terror list for five years.
Cairo Criminal Court has held six sessions thus far only to unseal the curious exhibits of the case of the Muslim Brotherhood’s businessman Hassan Malek
The court heard the testimonies of a number of witnesses including photojournalist Shawkan, who was allowed to address the judge directly.
The Cairo Criminal Court issued on Tuesday a life imprisonment sentences to 50 persons accused of being involved in the incidents of storming the Helwan police station in 2013.
Prominent Brotherhood member, Ezz Eldin Dwidar, admitted that MBs and supporters intentionally committed indiscriminate violence and chaos.
” Muslim Brotherhood committed horrific crimes during Rabaa’s sit-in,” Tharwat al-kharabawi said on Monday.
A look back at the Muslim Brotherhood’s sympathizer's proclamation for the wide scope of danger those sit-ins involved.
Malawi National Museum was founded in June, 1962 in Malawi village in Minya governorate, Upper Egypt, in the era of the late Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser.
In conjunction with the 4th anniversary of the Rabaa dispersal, questions are still being asked regarding the burning of protesters bodies inside the tents.
London, Muslim Brotherhood, Rabaa, Human Rights Watch Organization, Amnesty International, France, United States, Tarek al-Beshbishi.
A look back at the MB’s well known members, and the sympathizer's proclamation for the wide scope of danger those sit-ins involved.
Security services through with preparations to secure the country ahead of the 4th anniversary of the Rabaa dispersal.
On the anniversary of Rabaa, A Salafist preacher named Sameh Abdelhamid urged the families of the victims to sue the leaders of the Muslim brotherhood.