Since Rabaa and al-Nahda sit-ins dispersal in August 2013, the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group has been exposed through a series of scandalous sound leaks
The Court of Cassation reduced on Dec. 23 the 12-year imprisonment sentence issued against Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie to 10 years.
The court also sentenced 32 defendants in absentia to life imprisonment.
Asim Abdel Magid, Tarek al-Zumar, Mohammed al-Islambouli and Safwat Abdel Ghani were all accused of supporting and financing hostile activities in Egypt.
Ministry of Culture announced a wide-ranging program on the occasion of the 5th anniversary of June 30 revolution
The Criminal Court of Cairo resumed on Saturday the hearing on the case that is publicly known as “Rabaa sit-in dispersal.”
Beni Suef Criminal Court sentenced the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Badie, and 3 others to life imprisonment for the Beni Suef incidents.
Cairo Criminal Court has issued life imprisonment sentences to 43 persons accused of the clashes at the al-Fath mosque after the dispersal.
Cairo Criminal Court on Saturday adjourned until September 12 the trial of Muslim Brotherhood guide Mohamed Badie and 738 other leaders
On the 4th anniversary of Rabaa sit-in, Parliamentarians spoke to Egypt Today about the alternative scenarios.
It’s been four year since the dispersal of the Rabaa sit-in, and 4 years since dozens of churches nation-wide took the brunt of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood’s.
Threatening civilians with killing, burning, and committing terrorist acts were demonstrated in pro-Muslim brotherhood sit-ins of Rabaa and Nahda.
Egypt has suffered losses of million pounds due to damages caused by outlawed Muslim Brotherhood members during Rabaa and Nahda sit-ins.
Videos, audios and news for their leaders calling for violence went viral on social media, as all of it was considered as proof for “inciting violence”, a crime most of them went to jail for later.