MB emergency court hearing postponed after defendant suffers heart troubles
Egypt’s emergency court has called for the postponement of the trial of five international members of the Muslim Brotherhood group after one defendant suffered heart troubles during the session.
Ossama Suleiman the only defendant in Egypt and who is currently detained was rushed to hospital and admitted into the intensive care unit awaiting surgery.
The members of Egypt ‘s largest and most popular political opposition group have been charged with money laundering and raising funds abroad despite numerous acquittals by civilian court 6 months ago. The four other defendants including one Saudi national remain abroad and are being tried in absentia
The trial was adjourned and is slated for hearing October 10.