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On August 14, 2013, the Egyptian government broke up the Rābiʿa and al-Nahḍa sit-ins after roughly six weeks since deposing the Muslim Brotherhood from power.  Afterwards, several of those participating in the sit-ins fled to Turkey. 
The legal case to strip Egyptian citizenship from [several] people associated with the Muslim Brotherhood who have fled to Turkey has sped up. The first circuit of Egypt’s Administrative Judicial Court has decided to refer the suit to the State Commissioners Authority, which will prepare a legal...
Ṭalʿat Fahmī, Media spokesman on behalf of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, denied the authenticity of what was published by some media about the death of the Acting Supreme Guide of the group, Maḥmūd ʿIzzat. In a statement to “al-ʿArabī 21”, the Muslim Brotherhood affirms that Dr. Maḥmūd ʿIzzat,...
An anonymous security source stated that Muslim Brotherhood leader Mahmūd ‘Izzat has sent a letter to three terrorist groups in Sinai requesting 300 terrorists to execute an alleged plan for “the last chance” to be executed on the anniversary of June 30th.
It’s been five years since the dispersal of Rābʿaa and Nahḍa sit-ins, however no one has forgotten the crime of burning the churches and assaulting the property of the Copts which was documented by the international and local organizations.
On the other hand, Dr. Muhammad Badī’, the General Murshid (Guide) of the Muslim Brotherhood group, said Pope Shenouda III was a historic figure who was a symbol of love, peace and national unity. “The death of the pope has saddened everyone in Egypt,” said Badī’ during his visit to the Coptic...
An Emirate website revealed the review of the ‘old guard” front, led by the acting leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mahmūd 'Ezzat, on the recognition of the illegitimacy of the deposed President, Muhammad Mursi. This review recognizes the current Egyptian regime and seeks to save the Muslim...
An informed judicial source said on Sunday that an inventory committee affiliated to Egypt's Ministry of Justice had frozen the assets of former president Muhammad Morsi and over Muslim Brotherhood prominent figures. 
The Muslim Brotherhood’s spokesperson of the Muhammad Kamāl’s front, Muhammad Montasser, announced the beginning of a meeting of the MB Shūra Council in Cairo.  Montasser launched a hash tag on social networking sites to allow users to follow the meeting, under the hash tag title “#...
Former head of the Egyptian parliament’s Energy and Industry Committee, Ĥātem `Azzām directed what he called "an incumbent advice" to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to end the Organization's internal divisions and to join forces with all those who took part in the January 25 Revolution, in order to end...

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