Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammad Badie and 64 members were sentenced to life in prison

Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammad Badie

Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammad Badie

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Egyptian court on Sunday called on the Muslim League leader, Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie and 64 other leaders of the party have been sentenced to life in prison in the al-Adawiya violence case. According to Al-Arabi, this case was continuing for several years in a military court in Al-Minya. This case was presented in al-Adawiya City after the end of the ongoing ceasefire in Rabaa al-Adawiya and Al-Nahda Ground against the death of President Muhammad Mursi on 14th August 2013. Muslim Brotherhood activists used resentment, sorrow, breakdown and violence in the city of Al-Minya governors. And a policeman was killed with a robbery.

On June 21, 2014, Al-Minya’s military court had misconduct 182 suspects, including Murder’s common Mohamed Badie, the death sentence of 4 and the age of 496. However, on February 11, 2015, the Appeal Court declared the death sentence of Muslim Brotherhood leaders. Muslim Brotherhood denies all the allegations, and blamed the state institutions for violence.


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