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MB funds stolen by ousted regime returned by court order

Top Muslim Brotherhood lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud has stated that the Prosecutor General has ordered that confiscated funds be returned to their owners.

Innocent MB deputy Al-Shater and colleagues released following years of detention

The Al Jazeera television channel issued a news release announcing that the Muslim Brotherhood’s detained deputy chairman Eng Khairat Al-Shater and Executive member businessman Hassan Malek were issued release orders

An Appeal to the Attorney General to Release MB Deputy Al-Shater and colleagues

Abdel Monem Abdel Maqsoud, head of the defence team of Khairat Al-Shater, deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), businessman Hassan Malek and Dr. Osama Soliman,

Appeal for MB Deputy Chairman Al-Shater Postponed to February 8

The Administrative Court has decided to postpone the lawsuit filed by the Muslim Brotherhood against President Hosni Mubarak's decree on prisoners who have been granted presidential pardons on the occasion

Three MB leaders convicted in military court released, el Shater and Malek remain

In an unforeseen gesture security services releasedMuslim Brotherhood political detainees after serving three quarters of their unjust and harsh prison sentences on the grounds that they financed a banned organization.

MB defense team call on Mubarak to review decree and release Al Shater

The Muslim Brotherhood defense team representing Engineer Khairat al-Shater, Deputy Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, and four MB leaders who were convicted in the Military Court case in 2008.

Human rights in Egypt slams regimes’ discrimination

The Sawaseya Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Center Criticized the discriminating procedures practiced against Muslim Brotherhood's deputy chairman Engineer Khairat Al-Shater and his companions

MB top lawyers challenge authority, calling for Al-Shater’s release

Muslim Brotherhood top defense lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsud confirmed the MB will file papers with the Court of Appeals to challenge the continued detention of MB political prisoners, among

Human rights commission appeals to President calling for Al-Shater’s release

Al-Shater has in total spent over 10 years in Mubarak's prisons and after completing half of his current 7 year sentence he is entitled to parole for good conduct.

EOHR “Al-Shater and his companions should be released immediately”

Hafez Abu Seada, Chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights called on the Ministry of Interior to immediately release Khairat al-Shater, Deputy Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, and four