Mohamed Abou Hamed, a former MP, was allegedly beaten by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood
Former parliamentarian Mohamed Abou Hamed filed a report Friday accusing President Mohamed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie and several Salafist preachers of inciting violence against him.
"Badie and his people are the ones who attacked me, they are supporters of the president," said Abou Hamed, who is widely known for his critical stance on the Muslim Brotherhood, in a video showing his face bruised and cut and his head wrapped with bandages.
Abou Hamed added that several religious preachers have issued religious edicts calling for his killing, accusing him of abandoning Islam.
Earlier, on 23 November, former presidential candidate Abou El-Ezz El-Hariri accused "thugs" of the Muslim Brotherhood of attacking him and his wife in Alexandria.