CAIRO: The National Alliance to Support Legitimacy, a Pro-Muslim Brotherhood movement, released a statement Wednesday condemning the violent dispersal of the Shura Council protests on Tuesday, confirming its solidarity with all the detainees.
Nasr City Misdemeanor Court has sentenced two staff from Al-Azhar University to 10 years in prison each.
Dormitories chief Mahmoud Ahmed Ibrahim and the head of the university's kitchen nutrition department, Ali Mahmoud Abdel Hafez, were sentenced for allegedly poisoning students.
An Alexandria Misdemeanour Court slammed Wednesday 14 female Islamist protesters with 11 years and one month in jail and ordered that seven female minors be placed in a youth detention centre, the lawyer of the accused, Mahmoud Gaber, told Ahram Online.
DAMANHUR: A Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leader and his son were arrested Wednesday in one of Beheira governorate’s towns carrying in his possession publications praising the Palestinian Hamas movement.
The Muslim Brotherhood and the Jama'a al-Islamiya condemned the remarks of Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawy when he described the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group, and said the government does not have the jurisdiction to label it as a terrorist organization.
CAIRO: Spokesperson of the Salafist Nour Party Sherif Taha stressed the need for committing to the roadmap drafted by the military institution and a number of political parties on July 3, in a Monday phone call on Al-Arabiya satellite channel.
CAIRO: The International Organization of the Muslim Brotherhood will campaign against the new constitution, according to a Brotherhood source in Brussels.
CAIRO: Muslim Brotherhood students in Al-Azhar University organized on Tuesday a protest in front of the Faculty of Education calling for a strike from classes.
Osama Morsy, son of deposed President Mohamed Morsy, said on Tuesday that armed forces troops prevented him from visiting his father at Borg al-Arab Prison without clarifying legal reasons.
Dhahi Khalfan, Dubai police vice-chief, has vowed the international organization of Muslim Brotherhood will receive a new blow from the Gulf.
CAIRO: The Arab Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) has condemned repeated physical attacks against journalists by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted president Mohamed Morsi at protests, according to a press release on Monday.
CAIRO: Representative of the Salafist Nour Party in the 50-member committee tasked with amending Egypt’s constitution Salah Abdel-Maaboud reiterated his party’s rejection to a quota percentage in the new constitution.
CAIRO: Pro-Muslim Brotherhood students in Al-Azhar University protested on Monday to demand the release of two of their fellow students that were arrested during previous demonstrations.
The Urgent Matters Appeals Court rules on Sunday on the challenge filed by the Muslim Brotherhood against a ruling that banned the Brotherhood association, and group and confiscated the Brotherhood’s funds.
CAIRO: Various marches of Muslim Brotherhood supporters will start right after afternoon prayers from different mosques in Cairo to commemorate the 100th day since dispersing Rabaa al-Adaweya and Nahda Square sit-ins.
CAIRO: Sir Magdi Yacoub Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery and 50-member committee member said it is important to allocate quotas for Women, Copts and Youth in the new constitution to assure the international community that Egypt does not discriminate between people, in an interview on al-Hayat satellite channel on Saturday.
Dozens of Muslim Brotherhood students staged march in Al-Azhar University campus located in Nasr City demanding release of their mates detained during recent protests supporting deposed President Mohamed Morsy. They also called for dismissing Azhar Grand Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayyeb and the University President Osama al-Abd.
CAIRO: National Alliance to Support Legitimacy leader and Independence Party general secretary Magdy Qorqor said in a statement to Youm7 that the alliance has called for protests on Sunday, not the Muslim Brotherhood.
CAIRO: Former Head of Egyptian Intelligence Omar Suleiman’s sound recordings “put us in an unwanted comparison between Hosni Mubarak’s security state and the Muslim Brotherhood’s religious state,” said official spokesperson of the Free Egyptians Party Shehab Wagih, because the former accepts revolution where the latter denies it.
Protesters who were in Tahrir Square to commemorate the second anniversary of the deadly Mohamed Mahmoud clashes fight with supporters of Army leader General Abdel Fatal al-Sisi.