Shubra Criminal Court adjourned Thursday the trial of Mohamed Badie, the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, in the “Qalyub Highway” case to April 2.
Hundreds of Al-Azhar University Brotherhood students staged marches on Thursday to protest against Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announcing his candidacy for the presidential elections, chanting slogans against the military.
Amid the controversy over the past days following the death penalty of more than 500 Muslim Brotherhood members, the Islamist organization is now seeking international support for alleged human rights abuses against its members by the current regime.
Mawso'at Al-'Onf fi Al-Harakat Al-Islamiya Al-Mossallaha (Encyclopaedia of Violence in Armed Islamic Movements) by Mukhtar Nooh, Sama Publishing, Cairo, 2014. 535 pages
Protests by Muslim Brotherhood supporters took place on Wednesday outside Cairo University, according to privately owned TV channel CBC.
The fact-finding committee of the 30 June incidents said violence against Copts is still continuing in certain governorates, especially in Luxor, Sohag and Aswan, including kidnapping, preventing them from practicing religion, expelling them from their homes, burning their houses and looting their shops.
The Mansoura Misdemeanor Court in Daqahlia handed 15 members of the Muslim Brotherhood sentences between one to three years in prison Tuesday on charges of crowding, calling for overthrowing the regime and possessing weapons.
Tens of students loyal to toppled president Mohamed Morsy set on marches on Wednesday from Cairo University's law school preparing to take part in demonstrations called for by the group in condemnation for a recent death sentences against fellows in Minya.
Hazem Abu Ismail, 2012 presidential candidate and Salafi leader, was denied his request to change judges on Wednesday by the Cairo Court of Misdemeanors.
Hundreds of supporters of Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi, including the head of his Muslim Brotherhood movement, were due to stand trial on Tuesday in the same court district that handed down death sentences to another 529 of the ousted leader's backers the previous day.
Around 700 supporters of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsy, including the supreme guide of his Muslim Brotherhood movement, were Tuesday due in court, a day after 529 co-defendants were sentenced to death.
Egyptians protested 37 times per day, with an average of three protests every two hours during the month of February, stated a recent report released on Monday by the International Development Center’s independent initiative Democracy Meter.
Dozens of Al-Azhar University students affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood staged a night march Monday around the student residence, Youm7 reported.
An Egyptian court sentenced to death on Monday 529 people accused of an attack on a police station that left one policeman dead, in a mass trial that lasted only two sessions and raised an outcry from rights activists.
Minya Criminal Court postponed the trial of former Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie and 48 others to March 27, in the case known as the “Qalyub Highway,” the court said on Monday.
State Security Criminal Court decided to delay the trial of 26 defendants in the case known as the “Nasr City terrorist cell” case until March 26, during Monday’s session held in the Police Academy.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians rallied in Gaza on Sunday to show support for their Islamist Hamas government, which has long been at loggerheads with Israel but is now shunned by Egypt as well.
Cairo University security guards seized on Sunday three improvised bombs and a Molotov cocktail in front of the Faculty of Economy and Political Science, sources at the university reported to Youm7.
A court in Egypt adjourned the mass trial of more than 1,200 supporters of deposed Islamist president Morsi after a brief hearing on Saturday, state media reported.
The pope criticised Morsi’s presidency and the Muslim Brotherhood, saying they ruled “in the name of religion” while distorting the image of Islam, despite being democratically elected.
Cairo Criminal Court on Sunday postponed to 5 April the case against former president Mohamed Morsi and 14 others for inciting violence during clashes in front of the presidential palace in December 2012.
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