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Top Brotherhood members slapped with espionage charges

Muslim Brotherhood leaders El-Shater, El-Katatni join ousted president Morsi on espionage charges involving the Gaza Strip's Hamas

Sayed Gamal El-Din, Monday 21 Oct 2013
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Egypt's State Security Prosecution ordered the detention of Muslim Brotherhood leaders Khairat El-Shater and Saad El-Katatni for 15 days on charges of espionage in coordination with Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood's Palestinian offshoot.

Ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi – a Muslim Brotherhood leader himself before being elected president in 2012 – is under investigation on suspicion of collaborating with Hamas to orchestrate his escape from Wadi El-Natroun Prison in early 2011. He also faces accusations of destroying police records during the 2011 uprising.

El-Shater and El-Katatni, who were arrested following Morsi's ouster, are also accused of inciting violence against anti-Morsi protesters in Giza on 3 July, the night of Morsi’s ouster, and of inciting deadly violence at clashes outside the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters in the Cairo district of Mokattam on 30 June.

Security forces have arrested dozens of the Islamist group's top members since Morsi's removal from power, many of whom face charges of inciting violence during Morsi's time in office and after his ouster.

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moore
22-10-2013 06:58am
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kangaroo court
Unfortunate Erwin who believe in kangaroo court!!! What about thousand of innocent massacred by life bullet of police by order of illegal coup leaders?
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Bubbly
21-10-2013 09:40pm
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What a shameless joke,
The coup junta dont feel any shame for such fabricated allgetion to the their political opponents and the media dont bother to publish such a jokes.
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DJ Morsi Beaucoup
22-10-2013 12:09am
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Nobel Peace to El Sissi not to Obama
Don't take your info from Al jaZERO. Don't be a Zero, blind and stubborn as the MBs and the Qatari Media. They are threatening The Real Egyptians. Your Moustache Beardhood friends are not intelligent and "don't mix" with our way of life. Islamists "don't mix" in Egypt. We are Peaceful Sunnis. Morsi don't mix with Egypt, Morsi will not mix anywhere anymore.
Ervin
21-10-2013 10:25pm
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LOL
Do you have the proof that such allegations are fabricated? Or you just speak of your allegiance to one part? Please, if you don't have the proof, just shut up and let the judiciary and the law do their work. You are not a judge and never you will become.
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