“Attempts by some people to make the terrorist Brotherhood return to the political and partisan scene are [...] crimes against Egyptians, who revolted against the group on June 30,” said journalist writer Mahmoud Nafadi, the media spokesman for the alliance.
Ten years have passed since the June 30 Revolution took place, and as we celebrate this month the anniversary, we also recall the spirit of this uprising that meant to build a homeland, correct a path and open horizons of dream and hope for millions of Egyptians.
Security source stressed that these claims are bare of truth and represent desperate attempts by the terrorist group to create a state of confusion after failing to destabilize the country in light people's awareness of the group's schemes.
The Brotherhood uses these platforms to spread violence and disseminate their distorted and bloody rhetoric.
These terrorist channels always present biased discourse and persistent lies that serve the interests of Erdogan's regime, and Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad.
The Criminal Court sentenced 28 members of the terrorist group Muslim Brotherhood to life in prison over attempted murder of four citizens in Fayoum.
Acting Guide of Muslim Brotherhood Ibrahim Mounir who is residing in London revealed huge divisions within the group.
The Ministry of Interior has arrested a terrorist cell in Alexandria over producing fabricated videos on Egypt, as part of the efforts to reveal hostile plans by terrorist Brotherhood organization.
Court of Cassation ruled Tuesday to uphold a life sentence against Mohamed Badie, the supreme guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood organization and others in the Adwa Case after all the submitted appeals were rejected.
Cairo Criminal Court set August 4 to decide on a prosecution request to seize the funds of the defendants in the case known as the "Hope Plan," and ban them from traveling outside the country.
The defendants face charges of joining a terrorist group unlawfully established, and using social media platforms to spread false information.
The Coordination Committee of Party's Youth Leaders and Politicians (CPYP) released a statement rejecting "irresponsible" remarks made by Turkish President Ragab Tayyip Erdoğan in comments on the death of the Brotherhood Leader Mohamed Morsi.
The court commuted another death penalty sentence for another convict to 15 years in prison. Two other co-defendants were sentenced to 10 years instead of 15 years in prison.
The State Information Service (SIS) criticized Sunday the British Broadcasting Cooperation (BBC) for what it described as “politicized and misleading article carries several professional flaws.”
"Erdogan's recent remarks on Egypt and its political leadership reflect his hatred and show his continuous willingness to embrace terrorist group of the Brotherhood"
Kholy said that the UK government prepared a report about the status of the Brotherhood in the British society and the danger of their activities.
Another call for changing street names in Egypt was raised, demanding to omit all the names of former Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Reports have spoke of a Qatari scheme that is being plotted in Mauritania.
The House of Congress’ Subcommittee on National Security gathered for a hearing on Wednesday to call for the designation of the brotherhood as "terrorist."
A member of Muslim Brotherhood youth abroad, Abdul Rahim al Saghir, allegedly called on the Egyptian government recently to let him and 10 of his colleagues repatriate without facing trials