Tuesday، 16 September 2014 - 12:00 AM
Minya criminal court sentenced in absentia 18 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group to 18 years in prison with fines ranging between 5-100,000 pounds each. The defendants were convicted of inciting violence and joining a terrorist organization.
Qalubiya police arrested six members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood for blocking the Ring Road in Shoubra el-Kheima city, northern Cairo.
Beheira security bodies arrested two runaway Muslim Brotherhood members who were sentenced to ten years in jail over charges of belonging to a banned group. The two fugitives were arrested during a security campaign in Beheira to hunt down criminals and restore security on street.
A court in Mahalla has sentenced two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group to two months in jail. The defendants are accused of joining a banned group and inciting violence.
As many as 15 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested over charges of burning a police car, injuring a security man and joining a banned group. They also face charges of instigation of violence, rioting and un-peaceful demonstration.
Security forces arrested 6 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members for inciting violence and protesting without permission. The culprits have been investigated by the prosecution in preparation for referring them to the court.
Security forces arrested four members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood in Kafr el-Sheikh governorate. The arrestees are two officials of the Egyptian Medical Syndicate, a social worker and a lawyer. They are accused of inciting violence and protesting without a police permit.
A misdemeanor court in Gharbiya sentenced four Muslim Brotherhood members to two years in prison. They were convicted of inciting violence and rioting and staging unlicensed protests in Mahalla city. They were also fined 20,000 pounds. The court ordered the release of two others.
Police arrested five members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood in Minya. They were accused of joining a terrorist and outlawed group in the Upper Egyptian province.
Shubra El Kheima Criminal Court sentenced 64 defendants of Muslim Brotherhood members in absentia to 15 years in prison and six defendants to seven years in prison in connection with Kafr el-Sheikh and Shubra el-Kheima riots case. The court also jailed 13 MB members to 10 years in prison and fined them 20,000 pounds. The court sentenced five defendants to one year in prison and ordered them to pay EGP 5,000 in bail.
Security bodies in Suez managed to arrest four members belonging to the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB). They face charges of burning vehicles, attacking security and army forces as well as inciting violence. Documents and photos, which prove their participation in violence incidents in the governorate during the last period, were found in their possession.
Shubra El Khemia Criminal Court sentenced to life two Muslim Brotherhood leaders, Abdullah Barakat and Hossam Merghani, over charges of inciting violence and blocking highways in Qalub city in Qalyubia governorate in July 2013. The court ordered them also to pay EGP 20,000 in bail. Earlier, the court sentenced 37 MB members to life
A court in Damanhour ordered two senior members of the terrorists Muslim Brotherhood into jail for five years and holding 119 others into custody for 45 days over setting fire to Behira governor's office. The court ordered also the release of three members on bail of EGP 50,000.
Security forces in Alexandria arrested six members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group for involvement in violent acts, breaching the protest law, inciting destruction of public facilities and obstructing traffic.
The National Security Forces arrested four members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over charges of inciting violence in the province over the past period. A security source said the four elements were nabbed after an arrest warrant was issued against them by the Suez Prosecution.
The National Security Forces arrested four members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over charges of inciting violence in the province over the past period.
Security forces arrested a student and member of the Muslim Brotherhood in Suez over violence charges. He is accused, with others, of setting police vehicles on fire and attacking security forces and public property as well as videotaping the attacks and posting them on social networks on the internet.
Police arrested a terrorist cell belonging to the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group in Dakahlia governorate for plotting to target police vehicles and commit rioting, said a statement by the Interior Ministry. The arrested were plotting to commit rioting, violent acts and blocking roads in order to disrupt the new academic year in Mansoura University. The terrorists were arrested with 11 laptops, 20 mobile phones and large quantities of leaflets against police and army.
Security forces arrested two members of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Sohag with documents belonging to the terrorist group and anti-state leaflets in possession.
Qena security forces arrested three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group. They are accused of inciting violence, staging unauthorized protests, and joining a terrorist group in the Upper Egyptian province.
In a wide scale crackdown the security forces arrested four terrorist cells affiliated to the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group. Damietta police arrested a terrorist cell involved in vandalism and violence in the province.
A criminal court in Zagazig sentenced nine loyalists to the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group to three years in prison over violence charges. The defendants are accused of rioting, partaking in unlicensed protest in the city, violating protest law and joining a banned group.
Security forces in Marsa Matrouh arrested five leaders and members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group who were mongering rumors and inciting people against the state and its institutions. They were arrested in possession of books, publications and computers containing ideology of the terrorist group. The suspects were referred to the prosecution for investigation.
Court jails 17 Muslim Brotherhood members over Sharqia violence
Muslim Brotherhood cell arrested in Qena for inciting riots, violence
3 Muslim Brotherhood members arrested in Gharbia for staging a protest in Qutour town
20 Muslim Brotherhood members arrested over riots in Minya
Two Muslim Brotherhood members arrested over power pylon plot in Beheira
18 Muslim Brotherhood terrorists arrested in Beheira for inciting violence and staging violent protests
2 terrorist Muslim Brotherhood members arrested in Mansoura with anti-police and -army leaflets in their possession
Giza security bodies arrested a member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over charges of making explosives
Legal authorities in Fayoum ordered the detention pending investigations of five members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood on charges of violating the demonstrations law and inciting violence
Minya Court acquitted six loyalists of the Muslim Brotherhood group of charges of inciting violence in Minya. The defendants were arrested during their participation in anti-police and army protests.
Suez police have arrested two Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Salam 2 City in Suez. The 2 MB members were inside a house that contained Molotov cocktails, weapons, firecrackers and masks.
Fayyoum police foiled an attempt by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group to block a tourist road. MB members set fire to tires in an attempt to block the road leading to Lake Moeris.
Four supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in Alexandria over instigating violence. They were nabbed while inscribing slogans on walls that provoked people against the police and army.
Security bodies in Behira province arrested a terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) member over charges of inciting violent acts and staging violent protests in the province.
Eight members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in Gharbiya over violence charges. The arrestees are accused of inciting riots and violence, disturbing public order and joining a banned group.
Ten members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were remanded in custody for 15 days pending investigations for partaking in unlicensed protests. The Brotherhood loyalists are accused of violating the protest law and inciting rioting during a protest staged Friday against police and army forces.
Suez security forces arrested five members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group while they were preparing home-made bombs.