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Top Brotherhood leader arrested in Egypt
Sep01

Top Brotherhood leader arrested in Egypt

By: Agencies Source: http://mwcnews.net/ Egyptian police have arrested Mohamed el-Beltagy, a senior leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, the latest arrest in a widening campaign against the group. Beltagy, a former member of parliament and head of the Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, was arrested in Giza governorate, just outside of the Egyptian capital, state television reported on Thursday. Beltagy was wanted on accusations that he incited violence and has been hunted by authorities for nearly three weeks. In a videotaped message aired  earlier this week, he said that authorities were trying to turn a “political crisis” into a security problem by accusing his group...

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Aug17

Saudi king backs Egypt’s military against “terrorism”

King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has called on Arabs to stand together against “attempts to destabilise” Egypt. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, its people and government stood and stands by today with its brothers in Egypt against terrorism,” he said in a statement read on state TV on Friday, backing Egypt’s military leadership. “I call on the honest men of Egypt and the Arab and Muslim nations … to stand as one man and with one heart in the face of attempts to destabilise a country that is at the forefront of Arab and Muslim history,” he added. He also said that they are confident that Egypt will recover. Saudi Arabia was a close ally of former...

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Aug17

Egypt: death toll passes 600 after “day of rage”

By: PanARMENIAN.Net & The Guardian Source: PanARMENIAN.Net & The Guardian UPDATE: The Guardian – New violence erupted in central Cairo and across Egypt on Friday on a “day of rage” called by the Muslim Brotherhood to protest against the removal of President Mohamed Morsi and the killings of hundreds of his supporters by the military-backed government. By nightfall, at least 20 and as many as 45 people had been reported shot dead in fierce street fighting in the centre of the capital, where machine gun fire was heard as a military helicopter flew overhead. Security officials said the death toll rose to at least 60 people killed across the country: 52 civilians and...

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