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  The Egyptian Court of Cassation on Monday annulled life and death sentences against Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide, Muhammad Badī`, his deputy Khairat al-Shāter and 11 other leaders and members of the group.  
In its first statement since the Muslim Brotherhood’s General Guide Muhammad Badīʿ and a number of other Brotherhood leaders were added to the Egyptian government’s terrorist list, the group called for its members to escalate their confrontation with the government over the coming days. The...
Professor Ahmad ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz, a previous adviser to former President Muhammad Mursī, said that the decision to add the Muslim Brotherhood’s General Guide Muhammad Badīʿ to Egypt’s terrorism list is the product of the unlawful activities of Prosecutor General Hishām Barakāt. For his part, he...
Egyptian Prosecutor General, Hishām Barakāt, issued a resolution adding Muhammad Badīʿ, the General Guide to the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as his deputy and several other leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to the official list of terrorists in Egypt. The Prosecutor General said this was the first...
Cairo Criminal Court issued 22 death sentences against 22 members and leaders of the Muslims Brotherhood, among them the supreme guide Muhammad Badīʿ. Badīʿ was charged in two different cases; worth mentioning is that according to the Egyptian law, the court’s decision is not final until it is...
Egyptian President ‘Abd al-Fattāh as-Sīsī reportedly reviewed a proposal that would achieve reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood but rejected it after it was met with negative responses among many politicians in both the government and the Brotherhood. The proposal came weeks after Muslim...
The Egyptian ministry of Interior has denied the alleged assault at the Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Muhammad Bad`ī by a police officer. “There has been no complaint filed that Bad`ī has been assaulted on his way back from a trial's hearing session,” the assistant interior minster for public...
The Muslim Brotherhood refuses to reconcile with “The Coup” Egyptian President ‘Abd al-Fattāh as-Sīsī reportedly reviewed a proposal that would achieve reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood but rejected it after it was met with negative responses among many politicians in both the government...
On Monday April 28th, the Minya Criminal Court sentenced 683 people to death in a controversial ruling, , including Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Muhammad Badī’, and former speaker of the Peoples Assembly, Saad al-Katātnī, for charges including inciting violence, murdering a police officer, and...
The number of victims of the current violence in Egypt is increasing. Most deaths fell during the efforts to end the demonstrations. According to the Ministry of Health there are 638 deaths, among them at least 43 from the police forces. The Muslim Brotherhood claims much larger numbers of...

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