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A few weeks ago, Turkish authorities released an Egyptian terrorist sentenced to death in Egypt for his role in the Kerdasa [Kirdāsa] Massacre after detaining him for six months without explaining the reason for his detention or his subsequent release.
The Giza Criminal Court's terrorism circuit will issue a verdict on April 12 on nine defendants in re-trial procedures, based on a case known to the media as "burning the Church of Kafr Ḥakīm".
As per the article, the preliminary investigations have shown that Mahmūd Ghuzlān, the Muslim Brotherhood leader, is the main perpetrator of this attack. This is in order to hinder the police men from storming the houses of the Muslim Brotherhood members in Kirdāsah (Amīrah Ibrāhīm and Ahmad...
Security Forces Security forces in Giza have captured Sābir Amīn Farāhāt, the prime defendant accused of burning the church of Archangel Mikael in Kirdāsah. At the time of his arrest, he possessed 5 hand bombs and explosives. 23 others were arrested in the security campaign. 
73 members of the terrorist organisation known as Muslim Brotherhood have been brought to the Criminal Court in Giza on accusations of “participating in the theft of contents” from the Church of the Virgin and then burning the church.
supporters of the ousted president Muhammad Mursī pursue a “Muslim Brotherhood Policy” that is based on killing Egyptian citizens for several reasons. For example they slaughtered a Taxi driver and set his car on fire for showing the victory sign, they set fire to houses that show the picture of al...
Unknown persons had put a packet of dynamite next to the outer wall of the the HolyVirginChurch, in al-Saff [south of Cairo] while Coptic festivities were held. Explosives experts prevented the explosion.
Muhammad Isma’īl et al report that the Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters have commemorated the first anniversary of Mursī’s deposal by detonating 13 explosive devices and primitive bombs on July 4, 2014 in a number of regions nationwide. 
The Giza criminal court has decided to sentence 12 defendants who were accused of taking part in killing General Nabīl Farāg in Kirdāsah, Giza to death, pending the opinion of the grand muftī. 
Muslim Brotherhood members have committed some acts of violence in Kirdāsah, Giza, a Muslim Brotherhood stronghold. 


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