An Egyptian court sentenced three people to death, including Bahaa Keshk, the alleged main assistant of terrorist Hisham El-Ashmawi, over leading a terrorist group.
The Court of Cassation on Thursday rejected an appeal by Muslim Brotherhood group-affiliated defendants in one of the cases, over charges including helping supplying unknown people with ammunition.
The Egyptian state’s council concerned with monitoring human rights said it has investigated all complaints on alleged forced disappearance in the country, and found that most of the cases have been officially detained or have joined the Islamic State (IS
The court also sentenced three convicts to 15 years in prison, and handed a 10-year imprisonment sentence to 15 others, while seven defendants were acquitted.
Saudi Arabia on Tuesday renewed its support for Egypt in its war against terrorism.
Giza Criminal Court in March, last year, upheld death sentences for 10 defendants in the case, after the court’s January verdict was approved by the Grand Mufti.
The Administrative Court dismissed on Sept. 14 a lawsuit demanding the cancellation of the minister of social solidarity's decision issued in 2013, which dissolves the Muslim Brotherhood association.
RT Arabic has been highlighting the Muslim Brotherhood statements and disseminating unverified information.
The defendants are accused of joining and funding a terrorist group that was unlawfully established.
Senate Majority Leader Louie Gohmert of Texas affirmed the importance of listing the MB as a terrorist group.
Cairo Criminal Court adjourned till July 21 the trial of 215 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group in the case known in the media as "Helwan Brigades".
The 24th episode of “Le Akher Nafas” (Till the last breath) showed a scene uniting Abu Ziyad with Shokry, agreeing on smuggling a shipment of weapons into the country.
Google banned Tuesday a mobile application known as Euro Fatwa App for the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood Youssef al-Qaradawi.
Security investigations revealed the elements had planned to plant an explosive device in one of Giza's streets, the statement read.
The observatory's remarks came in response to a statement issued by an allegedly Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated website
The Giza Criminal Court sentenced Thursday 18 defendants to life imprisonment and 44 others to 15 years in prison over forming and joining a terror group.
Alaa Sabet, a member of the Egyptian community in Germany, was beaten by a Muslim Brotherhood member while organizing a gathering to welcome President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Waleed al-Sharaby was accused of establishing a fictitious company to help Syrian refugees.
The Washington Institute urges the U.S. administration to officially label Hasm movement as a terrorist group.
On September 11, Austrian Foreign Ministry and intelligence establishment have released a report on the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks