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On Sunday, the Military Court in Assiūt postponed the trial of 143 defendants from the Muslim Brotherhood for the burning of the courthouse in Beni Mazar and Deir Mawās in Minya, until the 27th of November in order to complete the defense case.
Egyptian activists launched a violent attack against Egyptian Justice Minister Ahmad al-Zind on social networking sites following the minister's statement that all Brotherhood leaders sentenced to death will be executed immediately after all stages of litigation have ended.
A criminal court in Cairo acquitted former Islamist president Muhammad Morsī from the charge of espionage with Qatar yesterday, but sentenced him to 15 years in prison on the charge of embezzlement, and 25 years(Life) for leading a terrorist group.
The Cairo Criminal Court will complete the trial of the deposed President Muhammad Morsi and 24 other defendants in an indictment of insulting the judiciary.
On Wednesday, Sohag Investigation, in conjunction with national security officers, arrested a teacher in the Tahtā region on charges of joining the Muslim Brotherhood Group.
The military court in al-Mansūrah on Sunday adjourned the trial of 31 Muslim Brotherhood students to the next May 4 session because a number of defendants have not been transferred to court. Furthermore, a student has been detained for treatment.
Security forces in Beheira arrested six suspects in cases of inciting demonstrations and violence. On Tuesday, a security statement said that a security crackdown under the command of Brigadier General Khalid 'Abd al-Hamīd, head of the Beheira Security Directorate, arrested a number of Brotherhood...
Sources close to Al-Yawm al-Sābī`report that the delegation of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) had asked leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to hear their complaint, during NCHR's visit to Al-`Aqrab Prison on Tuesday.
Despite the public positions of the Egyptian State which completely opposes reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood, meetings have been held in prisons most likely to formulate a new deal between the group and the State to change the approach of the relations that has always been characterized...
The Military Court in the governorate of Asyūt on Monday adjourned the trial of 325 members of the Muslim Brotherhood accused of involvement in violent acts in the Mallawī and Dayr Mawās regions in Minya to the 23rd of April. 

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