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On Thursday, Minya Criminal Court, headed by Judge Ṭaha ‘Abd al-Wahhā, adjourned the trial of 21 persons accused of involvement in riots that broke out during a  protest in Ābū Qurqāṣ at the Al- ḥaʾ mosque. The trial was adjourned to the 2nd of August. The adjourning came in light of the absence...
Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights “ECESR” and the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression “AFTE” praised the court ruling which overruled the implementation of the decree of the former Minister of Justice, Counselor Aḥmad Al- Zind. The ruling grants judicial police powers to...
Today, Monday, 10 Human Rights organizations petitioned the Government to suspend the death penalty, even if temporarily, on the occasion of the ‘World Day Against the Death Penalty’. The organizations’ petition comes at a time when the country has seen an unprecedented rise in human rights...
President of Egypt's Administrative Court, `Abd al-Majīd al-Mūqannen, referred a claim submitted by lawyer Tāreq Mahmūd to the State Commissioners Authority. Mahmūd had filed a lawsuit to dissolve the Egypian National Council for Human Rights (NCHR). 
Member of Egypt's National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), Kamāl `Abbās, said that Muhammad Fāyeq, chairman of the council, will meet with the families and colleagues of detained naval arsenal workers on Thursday. In a statement disclosed to Misr al-`Arabiyya, `Abbās announced that he had...
Minya's Criminal Court, on Tuesday, sentenced the assistant governor, Muhammad Shehāta Hassanain who was charged of instigating violence and illegal protests. Minya Prosecution accused Hassanain of executing the Muslim Brotherhood's plan of targeting state institutions and disrupting public order...
The Egyptian Court of Appeal on Tuesday accepted the appellations submitted by former President Muhammad Mursi, the Deputy Supreme Guide Khairat Al-Shāter, and 22 others, by suspending life and death sentences issued against them for "collaborating with Hamas." The Court ordered a re-trial before a...
Two military trials sentenced Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Muhammad Badī` and other leaders and members of the outlawed organization between 1 year and life sentences in prison for plotting and organizing the violence around the Isma`ilia Court Complex back in 2013, and in participating in...
Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court ruled on Saturday that only the first paragraph of Article 10, which grants the interior ministry authority to deny protest requests, was unconstitutional.
Background: ʿIsām al-ʿIrīyān’s is a member of the “middle generation" of the Muslim Brotherhood leaders, who developed their political stance in students’ politics in the early 1970s. He maintains a fundamentally Islamic world view and as such propagates the application of the Islamic Sharīʿah. The...

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