Egypt’s Grand Mufti Shawki Allam said that more than 550 reports were issued to highlight Muslim Brotherhood’s claims of peace.
Head of the UK Parliament's All-Party Parliamentary Group on Egypt Jonathan Lord criticized BBC's coverage of the 10th anniversary of January uprisings.
Seif Thabet is accused of making an agreement with leaders of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group to hold meetings, where they agreed on putting alternative plans to maintain financing.
They are accused of joining an outlawed group, financing a terrorist group, calling for unauthorized protests, inciting violence among other charges.
Former Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim Yousef opened up about his time in office for seven months in the aftermath of January 25 Revolution.
The Muslim Brotherhood is outlawed in Egypt and designated terrorist group.
On January 12, many important events that changed the world map took place.
The seized assets, according to official figures, valued at LE 5 billion. The sources added that most of these assets’ avenues went to back terrorism.
On 29 August 2020, Mahmoud Ezzat got arrested during a security raid on an apartment in Cairo after having been on the run for seven years.
Agroup of investors was financing the Muslim Brotherhood’s assets while others, who do not belong to the banned group, were running the group’s investments in exchange for sharing profits.
She explained in the program "One Last Word", that the Brotherhood has recruited very dangerous elements in the Gulf region, and that they are planning to establish major economic projects in the Gulf.
Abdel-Latif was detained upon an arrest warrant and is currently being questioned by the investigation authorities, the source added.
Ezzat was sentenced to life imprisonment in absentia in 2015 for the charges of inciting violence that led to clashes took place outside the Muslim Brotherhood’s headquarters in Mokkatam district in Cairo.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, reintroduced the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act, a bill that urges the U.S. State Department to use designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a foreign terrorist Organization.
The Muslim Brotherhood has been labeled a terrorist group by several countries. Recently, the UAE Fatwa Council has labeled the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization
Tunisian opposition figure and President of the Free Destourian Party (PDL) Abir Moussi has announced her bloc’s decision to submit of a new draft resolution designating the Muslim Brotherhood, as a “terrorist organization.”
The council’s decision was issued during a virtual meeting for the council members, chaired by Sheikh Abdullah bin Bayyah, saying that the group is terrorist because of spreading and inciting violence.
The Grand Mufti praised the Saudi Council of Senior Scholars (CSS)’ decision of labeling the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group that does not represent the approach of Islam.
The Saudi Council of Senior Scholars (CSS) issued a statement saying that the Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist group that does not represent the approach of Islam.
Terrorist Muslim Brotherhood web trolls have been attempting to stage mass protests across Egypt through sowing discord and spreading fake news and lies about key state figures.