Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud


Abdel-Moneim Abdel-Maksoud: Brotherhood Legal Since 1928.

Abdel-Moneim Abdel-Maksoud, Muslim Brotherhood (MB) lawyer, said that, ever since its inception in March 1928, the group insisted on acquiring legitimacy under Egyptian law. He pointed out that the MB

MB Lawyers Concerned Over Court’s Decision to Dismiss Key Prosecutor’s Witnesses in Mubarak’s Case

Head of the Revolution victims' defense team and Muslim Brotherhood (MB) lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud, stated that the decision made in Mubarak and his cronies' case was an unexpected

MB Lawyers Will Not Run for Syndicate President

Muslim Brotherhood lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud stated that the group will not field any of its lawyers as president of the Lawyers’ Syndicate in the upcoming elections.

MB to re-open closed companies

Top Muslim Brotherhood lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud has confirmed that the released detainees were taking steps to re-open the companies belonging to MB members that were closed by the

2010 Records Highest Number of MB Arrests Totalling over 6000

According to the latest count the Muslim Brotherhood’s lawyer Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud has maintained that 2010 has proved to have harvested the largest number of MB detainees so far.

MB in Giza to field 10 candidates including one female

The Muslim Brotherhood Administrative office in Giza has announced the names of the candidates fielded in the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled late November.

Muslim Brotherhood say 154 members arrested in pre-election sweep

The Muslim Brotherhood said Sunday that 154 of its members had been detained in sweeps around Egypt, but security sources told the German Press Agency dpa the figure was much

In one week, 154 MBs detained and 88 businesses raided

According to Abdul Monem Abdul Maqsoud the latest count has revealed that 154 MB members including 23 students have been arrested in just one week following the group's announcement that

Egypt: Ezzat and colleague face prosecutors

Prosecutors charge MB leaders with same host of accusations which members have become accustomed to.

Suez’ Muslim Brotherhood members receive 30 days detention renewal.

Chancellor Mohamed Imam President of the Criminal Court in Suez issued an extended detention order to 33 members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement.