Egyptian Judiciary


Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Badie to Egyptians: Defend Freedom of Expression

Brotherhood leader Badie slams oppression and the ferocious onslaught against freedom of speech in Egypt under military rule and the coup regime.

Muslim Brotherhood Praises Pro-Democracy Brussels Declaration

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood reiterates that returning to the path of democratic transformation in Egypt means respecting the people's will and therefore reinstatement of elected President Morsi.

Muslim Brotherhood Leader Mohamed Badie: No One Can Enslave Egyptians

Facing a list of ludicrous, clearly trumped up charges, the 70-year old veterinary professor and Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (Dr. Badie) reiterates commitment to non-violence.

Egypt Military Court Jails Ikhwanweb Founder Khalid Hamza and 4 Others

A military court sentences 5 Muslim Brotherhood leaders to one-year jail term, including rights activist and Ikhwanweb founder Khalid Hamza.

Muslim Brotherhood Slams Junta Court Death Sentences Monday

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood issued the following statement in which it denounced the kangaroo court that condemned 683 people to death in one fell swoop Monday, after sentencing 529 to death

Freedom and Justice Party: Military Rule Injustice, Repression Will Speed Junta Downfall

The FJP condemns Monday's mass death sentences, which – far from justice and due process – amount to a barely-disguised cold-blooded massacre of innocent critics of the military junta's regime.

Hamas: Egyptian Court Ban on Movement Activity Political Decision

Junta judiciary seize Hamas HQs and assets in Egypt, and ban all the movement's activity, as a clearly politicized court decision declares Hamas a 'Terrorist Group'.

Judge Hisham Geneina: Least Government Corruption Ever Under President Morsi

According to ex-lawmaker Geneina, the legitimate President Morsi's brief term in office enjoyed the greatest degree of integrity and uprightness.

Pro-Democracy National Alliance in Dakahlia Condemns 14-Year Old Maria Samaha Jail Sentence

In a glaring example of the mad military junta's justice, or lack of it, a 14-year old girl is sentenced to one year in prison and is hit with a