Abdul Monem Abdul Maksoud


14 leading MB leaders remanded in custody; 21 released

Abdel-Monem Abdel-Maksoud, the Muslim Brotherhood's lawyer, condemned the imprisonment of a number of leading MB leaders, indicating it was an infringement of the Constitution.

Egypt: Brotherhood feels wrath of state; leaders arrested

The battle between the Egyptian government and the Muslim Brotherhood wages on. This time, 10 senior members of the opposition Islamic group were arrested on Saturday, the group told Bikya

MB Deputy Chief, 139 Members Jailed 15 Days Pending Trial

The Higher State Security Prosecution jailed 140 Muslim Brotherhood members, topped by Engineer, Mohamed Khairat Al Shater, the MB second deputy chairman, and 30 leaders, 15 days pending investigation that

Morsi, Al Erian released, put under house arrest

The State Security Prosecution released, on Saturday 9/12/ 2006, Dr. Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood Executive Bureau member and Dr. Essam El-Erian, a leader in the group and a undersecretary-general

Last Group of 27 Detained MB Teachers Released

After five months behind bars, eight Muslim Brotherhood teachers were released on Sunday 3/11/ 2006, after a southern Cairo court closed the file of " the teachers case".

Extension Of Stay, But In Egypt’s Prisons

The Supreme State Security Prosecution on November1, 2006, extended the detention of 26 Muslim Brotherhood members and released 12 others.

Egypt: Court Orders Release Of Dr. Ezzat & 14 MB Leaderships

The High Court in Cairo, on Monday October 16, 2006, ordered the release of Secretary General of Muslim Brotherhood Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat and another 14 MB leaderships from different governorates.

Egypt: Court Puts Senior MB Leader Under House Arrest.

Cairo Court of Appeals upheld the challenge filed by Muslim Brotherhood’s lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maksoud on Monday September 25, 2006, in which the lawyer asked for the release of

Egypt: Court Orders Release of 9 MB Senior Members

Cairo Criminal Court on Sunday September 17, 2006, ordered the release of 3 Muslim Brotherhood senior members in what the government named the "Political Bureau Case" with two defendants are still in

MB Sues Justice Ministry Officials on Extension of Detention

In an exclusive statement to Ikhwanweb, Muslim Brotherhood’s lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maksoud said that he lodged a legal action before the Administrative Judiciary Court against the Minister of Justice,