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The Egyptian authorities accused the Muslim Brotherhood of sending some members to receive training on arms in the framework of the group’s effort to overthrow the government by force. The authorities closed down 20 commercial and economic enterprises owned by the group, after they [the authorities...
The Higher State Security Prosecutor in Egypt said yesterday that members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood were arrested a day earlier for planning to overthrow the regime by force and to establish an Islamic Caliphate. Security forces arrested 54 members, including Muslim Brotherhood leaders in...
This operation was the largest against the Muslim Brotherhood since the Sayyed Qutb case in 1965. Security forces arrested 52 leading figures of the Muslim Brotherhood in addition to their search for six fugitives. Security forces confiscated 4.5 million pounds that were designated to fund the...
The Egyptian authorities have arrested 28 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group in the governorates of al-Gharbīya and al-Munoufīya on charges of working on the reviving the banned group’s clandestine activities.
The Egyptian authorities barred two Muslim Brotherhood leaders from traveling overseas although their names were not blacklisted as banned from traveling by a judicial order. The students of the AUC protested yesterday in downtown Cairo urging the actions of political reforms, repeating the same...
The court postponed the lawsuit filed by 12 lawyers to release 15 imprisoned Brotherhood members until October 9. The lawsuit was filed after the constitutional Court annulled item 48 of the Penal Code.
The Higher State Security Prosecution ordered that 36 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood, in Assiut, be remanded in custody for another 15 days.
Sixteen imprisoned members of the Brotherhood, including a number of professional syndicate activists, filed a lawsuit demanding to be released, arguing that they were convicted under item 48 of the penal code, which the Constitutional Court annulled.
After the Constitutional Court annulled item 48 of the penal code, 12 lawyers from different political and intellectual backgrounds filed a lawsuit to release 15 imprisoned members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
A group of Egyptian lawyers demanded the release of 15 leading figures, who were accused in the case known as the professional syndicates case.

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