An appeal court has refused to replace a judge in a trial involving Mohamed Morsi and 14 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Violent clashes broke out between groups of Brotherhood and pro-military students of Al-Azhar University in Dakahliya. Police stormed the campus and fired tear gas to break up the clashes, and the students responded by throwing stones.
The Cairo Appeal Court rejected on Monday a request by Muslim Brotherhood figure Essam al-Erian demanding two judges from the Cairo Criminal Court be replaced. Erian and other Brotherhood leaders are currently being tried over the killing of protestors at the Ittihadiya Palace.
Samah Ibrahim a journalist at the Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Freedom and Justice newspaper was sentenced Monday to one year in prison, along with nine other MB supporters, Ashraf Abbas, a human rights researcher and a coordinator at the Journalists against Torture Monitor, told The Cairo Post.
Twenty three students at Al-Azhar University in Cairo were dismissed after two days of protests, Ahmed Hussein, Al-Azhar University’s deputy head told The Cairo Post Monday.
The Jamaa al-Islamiya and the Muslim Brotherhood condemned on Saturday the killing of six military personnel in Musturud saying it violated Sharia and aimed to create chaos.
Cairo Criminal Court postponed on Tuesday trial of 26 suspects, involved in Nasr City terrorist cell, to 17 March to hear testimony of the last prosecution witness.
Azbakeya Misdemeanor Court sentenced on Saturday 68 suspects, affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood and other political groups, to two years in prison over involvement in High Court clashes, which took place during the protests on the third anniversary of the January revolution.
The Sunday trial of several leading Muslim Brotherhood for the death of protesters during deadly clashes outside the Brotherhood headquarters was postponed until 29 March at the request of the prosecution.
Egypt's Court for Urgent Matters has set 24 March as the date when it will determine if the Sinai-based militant group Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis is a terrorist organization or not.
The South Giza prosecutor on Thursday ordered the detention of Mohamed Badie, leader of the Muslim Brotherhood group, for 15 days pending investigation into charges of killing a citizen and inciting the killing of police officers while attempting to break into a police station in 6 of October City on 16 August last year.
The Kharga Oasis court in the New Valley governorate on Wednesday sentenced four Muslim Brotherhood members to three months in prison and 13 others to a week and an LE100 fine for inciting violent riots on 6 October last year.
An army spokesperson has accused the Muslim Brotherhood of carrying out a shooting that killed a soldier and injured three others on Thursday morning.
Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh, former presidential candidate and president of the Misr Al-Qawia Party, said on Tuesday that the party was not aware of a national dialogue meeting called by the presidency on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia’s fierce campaign against the Muslim Brotherhood, already on the run in its Egyptian birthplace, has divided a Gulf Arab bloc, causing discomfort in some member states where the Islamist group is embedded in daily politics.
The Ministry of Interior released a statement Monday claiming the arrest of a “dangerous terrorist” involved in a Giza bombing that claimed the life of a civilian bystander.
Hamas set up a protest tent outside the old premises of the Egyptian embassy in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday to protest the closure of the Rafah border crossing and an Egyptian ban on the Islamist movement.
Two Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leaders, Akram El-Shaer and Mohamed El-Qabouty, have been arrested by INTERPOL in neighboring Gulf states, according to a statement issued by the Egypt's prosecutor-general on Wednesday.
Egyptian leaders should leave the door open for the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to re-enter politics if the group accepts the constitution, former foreign minister and presidential candidate Amr Moussa said in a rare call for reconciliation.
Alexandria Administrative Court postponed on Tuesday the Two Saints Church bombing lawsuit to 27 April until the defense submit a memorandum and complete the pleading.
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