A senior Kuwaiti security source told Saudi satellite channel, Al Arabiya, that the three men belong to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group. The three are said to have recently launched an intense social media campaign inciting chaos and demonstration against the Egyptian government.
The case dates back to 2013, when the defendants broke into a police station, seized weapons and killed two policemen in the Upper Egypt governorate of Minya, state-run Al-Ahram newspaper reported. They also set fire to police cars and documents, alongside helping 31 Islamists break free from prison.
Al Rai quoted Kuwaiti security source as saying that the investigations had suggested that the suspect has a first degree relative, who is facing charges of violence, including burning churches in Egypt.
Eleven defendants including top figures from the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group received life sentences on Wednesday in the case dubbed as “espionage with Hamas”. Among the defendants are senior Brotherhood members Mohamed El-Beltagy, Essam El-Erian, and Mohamed Badie, who were accused of espionage with the Gaza-based militant group. Ten defendants were handed 10 years imprisonment, …
The criminal record of Abdel Rahman, 24, was attached to the Interior Ministry’s statement showing that he had been one of the wanted fugitives sought by the Egyptian police in a 2018 terrorist case, dubbed Hasm Vanguard.
Through a statement from the MP’s office, Zain asked İmamoğlu to face members of the outlawed Brotherhood group, who are based in the city, and suspend all their activities, in addition to blocking all media channels they use to attack Egypt.
The 18 December revolution in Sudan promises new realities in the African country, where it overthrew the dictator Omar Al-Bashir and a long period of repression which began with the Muslim Brotherhood coup in 1989. Al-Bashir’s 30-year kleptocracy has been marked by famine, civil war, and the detention of thousands and torture in the so …
In state-owned newspaper Al-Akhbar, Elham Abu El-Fateh seconded Al-Sisi’s rejection of the Muslim Brotherhood, writing that Egyptians won’t forget, and will not let them back in the scene, after they learnt the lesson the hard way, and found out under their rule what treason meant.
Tatweer Misr for Touristic Investments and Land Reclamation Company said that it has nothing to do with Tatweer Masr Real Estate Company whose funds are seized by the Inventory, Seizure and Management Committee of Muslim Brotherhood Funds.