Cairo court orders seizure of funds belonging to 285 Muslim Brotherhood members
Ahram Online, , Tuesday 24 Nov 2020
The defendants also include Egyptian actors Hesham Abdullah, Hesham Abdel-Hamid and Mohamed Shoman, who are fugitives who have worked at pro-Brotherhood TV channels


The Cairo Court for Urgent Matters has ordered the seizure of funds owned by 285 people affiliated with the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, including a number of public figures who currently reside abroad.

These figures include pro-Brotherhood TV presenters Moataz Matar and Mohamed Nasser, both of whom reside in Turkey, and Abdullah El-Sherif, who resides in Qatar.

The court order also includes Egyptian actors Hesham Abdullah, Hesham Abdel-Hamid and Mohamed Shoman, who are fugitives who have worked at pro-Brotherhood TV channels.

The decision also includes three entities that are affiliated with the group, which has been designated a terrorist organization by Egypt since late 2013.

The 285 defendants are barred from dissipating their properties, funds in their bank accounts, or stocks and bonds registered in the Egyptian exchange.

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