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The lawyers defending Egyptian Jihād leader’s ‘Abboud al-Zumur and Tāriq al-Zumur have criticized the state’s policy of releasing some detained leaders of Islamic movements while continuing to detain others.
“All judges will not live for long, while the condemned, Khaled, is eternal.” With these words Abdel Rahman Al-Abnudy [a famous Egyptian poet] said goodbye to Khaled Al-Islambuli, Sadat’s assassin. Khaled Al-Islambuli appeared for the first time on 23 September 1981, when the leader of his unit...
Two Egyptians living abroad are accused in the case of reviving the activities of the Jihad organization. Charges might be filed against them in relation to the Tala’i Al-Fatah group
An official legal memo released by the Egyptian Ministry of Interior revealed that it is impossible to release Abud Al-Zomor, leader of the Egyptian Jihad group, and his nephew Tareq Al-Zomor, who have been jailed since 1982 in the case of Egyptian President Anwar Al-Sadat’s assassination.
The Ministry of Social Affairs received 300 complaints accusing directors of civil societies of embezzlement, falsifying receipts of donations to escape control and misusing mosques’ funds. Security officials warn that most of these societies are using their activities as a cover to support...
The Egyptian authorities released a famous fundamentalist extradited by Sweden in 2002. They also commuted a lifetime sentence of another to a 15-year imprisonment.
After the slap of the Ministry of Interior rejecting the request of the Administrative Court to annul the release of Tariq al-Zumur, one of the leaders of Jihad, the defense of cAbboud and Tariq al-Zumur drops another bomb by bringing suit against the Ministry for violating his clients’ political...
The sentences of the members of the Gama’at Al-Islamiyya and Jihad organizations, who issued the initiative to cease violence, will end on October 12. The former head of the State Security said that there is no doubt that the cease-violence initiative contributed to the fact that many of the secret...
Mahmoud Sayed Gaballah, an Egyptian militant Islamist suspect confined in a Toronto prison, spurned a Canadian court offer, made last Thursday, to be handed over to a third country, fearing this could lead to his extradition to Egypt.
Egyptian state security prosecutors are currently questioning a member of the Jihad group who was extradited to Egypt last September. Police have also arrested 22 members of the underground Talae’i Al-Fat-h, Vanguards of Conquest, on charges of attempting to revive the group’s activities in the...

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