Egypt’s Criminal Court sentenced Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders Mohamed Badie, Mohamed el-Beltagy, Mahmoud Ezzat, Amr Zaki, Osama Yassin, Essam Abdel Majid, and Muhammad Abdel Maqsoud, to death penalty, in Case No. 72 of 2021.
French authorities have frozen 25 million euros of the funds of the Muslim Brotherhood in France to limit the group’s activities, reported French daily newspaper Le Figaro this week.
Egypt’s interior Ministry has denied reports circulated on social media affiliated to the banned Muslim Brotherhood group claiming violations at the State's reform and rehabilitation centers.
The Permanent Commission of Paraguay congress approved, Thursday a resolution labeling the Muslim Brotherhood group as a 'terrorist group'.
The members are facing charges of belonging to the terrorist group “Ansar Beit Al Maqdis” and the decision of blacklisting was published on Thursday in the official gazette “Al Waqaie Al Masryia” to intact on the following day.
Egypt’s police forces foiled on Friday an armed attack targeting check point at Ismailia Governorate, near Al-Salihin Mosque.
A security source denied on Friday ‘allegations’ of some members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group regarding the presence of gatherings in some governorates.
In comments to the Egyptian DMC channel on Wednesday, Azhari said, "Whoever takes Sharia rulings from Google will find it directly on the [websites promoting] Salafi and Brotherhood ideologies."
The previous rulings included life imprisonment (25 years) against 14 convicts each, 15 years in prison for 6 convicts each, 10 years in jail for another convict.
Egyptian political science professor and director of the Carnegie Middle East Program Amr Hamzawy said that Muslim Brotherhood should not be part of the political life in Egypt as they incited violence and shed blood amongst Egyptians.
“The Egyptian Army will remain underpinning of the state at all times […] Egypt was heading towards a route of a point of no return,” he added.
In an interview with Masr Times newspaper, Makhyoun said that late President Mohamed Morsi was offered to return to the political life in exchange for ending the pro-Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins in Rabaa and Nahada squares. However, Morsi refused, according to Makhyoun.
Removing the morbid terrorist group from the political scene allowed the country to continue its path towards success and progress .
The members are Mahmoud Hussein Ahmed, Medhat Ahmed, Yasser Mohamed Zenati, Asim Mohamed Hussein, Ahmed Yasser, and Moaz Abdel Azim, as per the court ruling.
Former acting Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood Mahmoud Ezzat and former Islamist presidential candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh were sentenced to 15 years in prison Sunday among several others over “harming national interests.”
The study indicated that one the human level, the losses of the war results in the 3,277 martyrs, in addition to 12,280 injured.
A security source has denied claims that a detainee was tortured to death at a police station in the Mediterranean city of Matrouh.
Morsi was a leader at the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.
A security source said claims made by a pro-Muslim Brotherhood individual regarding an assault by a police officer on a citizen in Egypt is untrue, local media reported.
Investigations revealed that the defendants had incited people to hold protests and block Al-Nasr Road, where they attacked public and private property.