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.
The Court of Cassation upheld prison sentences against prominent Muslim Brotherhood leaders over spying with the Palestinian Hamas group.
No matter how hard your year was, the Muslim Brotherhood top leaders faced harder times.
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 Cairo Criminal Court handed Mohamed Badie, the supreme guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, a life imprisonment in one of the cases he has faced since 2013.
Cairo Criminal Court has submitted the reasons for its verdict in the case in which Muslim Brotherhood guide Mohamed Badei and 738 others were convicted.
The Cairo Criminal Court on Wednesday adjourned to October 10 the retrial of ex-president Mohamed Morsi and 25 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood
The defendants are also charged with storming a number of state-owned institutions.
Moussa is believed to be responsible for most armed terrorist attacks that took place in Egypt.
A Cairo Criminal Court sentenced Safwat Hegazy, Mohamed el Beltagy, Essam el-Erian, Abdel Rahman al-Barr, Amr Zaki, Tarek el-Zomor, Assem Abdel Maged, and 68 others in the case known as “Rabaa sit-in Dispersal” to death on Saturday.
A Cairo Criminal Court sentenced former Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group supreme guide, Mohamed Badie, and 46 others in the case known as “Rabaa sit-in Dispersal” to life imprisonment (25 years in jail) on Saturday
Badie is serving term after Egypt’s Court of Cassation upheld sentence of life imprisonment (25 years) over charges of inciting violence in the “Rabaa operation room case” on April 14.
Cairo Criminal Court on Tuesday set June 30 to issue its verdict trial of Muslim Brotherhood (MB) guide Mohamed Badie and 739 others in the case known as “Rabaa sit-in Dispersal.”
Cairo Criminal Court adjourned Monday the retrial of former Muslim Brotherhood group supreme guide and eight other MB members to July 29.
The defendants were charged with setting up an operations room to incite the Brotherhood’s members to commit violence in the streets after the Rabaa dispersal.
Giza Criminal Court decided Sunday to postpone to June 2 the retrial of Mohamad Badie and 6 other leaders of the terrorist group in El Istiqamah Mosque violence incidents.
Trial of Badie and 739 other leaders and members of the banned group for their involvement in the armed sit-in in Cairo's Rabaa el Adawiya Square.
Giza criminal court decided on Saturday to adjourn to November 12 the trial of the Supreme Guide of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group Mohamed Badie.
he Cairo Criminal Court on Saturday adjourned until October 17 the trial of Muslim Brotherhood guide Mohamed Badie and 739 other leaders.
The Cairo Criminal Court on Saturday adjourned until October 7 the trial of Muslim Brotherhood guide Mohamed Badie.