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Latest Mohammed Badie Items
Egyptian prosecutors on Monday referred to trial the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood and 50 others on charges of inciting supporters to resist security forces during a deadly crackdown against them in August.
In parallel trial sessions, Egyptian courts on Sunday heard cases against ousted President Hosni Mubarak and top leaders of his archrival, the Muslim Brotherhood, related to killings during the 2011 and 2013 protest campaigns that led to their respective downfalls.
A journalist in the United Arab Emirates has offered $143,000 for information that leads to the capture and arrest of leaders with the Muslim Brotherhood who are being sought by Egyptian security forces.
Saudi Arabia's surprising decision to support Egypt's military leaders in their bloody crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood has split the Arab world in two.
The spiritual leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Badie, has been arrested at an apartment in the Nasr City district of Cairo after a tipoff, Egyptian police and state TV reported Tuesday.
Egyptian security forces stormed a Cairo mosque Saturday after shooting at armed men firing down from a minaret, rounding up hundreds of supporters of the country's ousted president who hid there overnight after violent clashes killed 173 people.
A top U.S. diplomat met a jailed senior leader in the Muslim Brotherhood early on Monday as part of mediation efforts to end the standoff between Egypt's military-backed government and protesters supporting the ousted president, government officials said.
The spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood reportedly told members on to quit fasting for Ramadan so they'll be strong enough to battle for ousted President Mohammed Morsi's return.
Egypt's military continued cracking down on the Muslim Brotherhood after swearing in the chief justice of the Constitutional Court as the country's interim president Thursday, a day after overthrowing the North African nation's first democratically elected leader.