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Egypt's deposed president Morsi appoints defence lawyer

Ahram Online , Tuesday 28 Jan 2014
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Egypt's toppled president Mohamed Morsi has appointed Islamist thinker Mohamed Selim El-Awa as his defence lawyer in his jailbreak trial.

In a separate trial for inciting violence, Morsi repeatedly refused to appoint a lawyer, saying he did not recognise the court's authority.

El-Awa, a candidate in 2012 presidential election, defended several Muslim Brotherhood members during the reign of longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak. But he has denied being officially affiliated to the group.

He was also legal advisor to the moderate-Islamist Wasat Party, a close ally of the Brotherhood.

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Tarik Toulan
29-01-2014 05:49pm
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Jail is the MB proper habitat
Actually, jail seems to be the proper habitat for the MB terrorists, since they have over years never been able to assimilate into a civil society due to their self-centered, extremist way of thinking.
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