Military Tribunals


Amnesty International Demands Release of IKhwanweb Editor, Khaled Hamza and Others

Five supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi were arrested on 25 February 2014 on Egypt’s border with Sudan. They are now being tried by a military court. They have reportedly

Morsi Praises Role of Rights Groups in Strengthening Civil Society

Morsi asserted that the FJP welcomes initiatives supporting the civilian society, which is significant for any progress craved by Egypt, adding the party will benefit from laws regulating the work

Beltagy Welcomes Decree Canceling 90 Military Sentences, Calls for Ending Military Tribunals for Civilians

Dr. Mohamed Beltagy, Executive Bureau member of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) welcomed the decision by Field Marshal Tantawi to cancel prison sentences against 90 civilians by military courts.

MB Youth: We Reject Military Trials for Civilians and Suppression of Activists

Ammar Beltagy, young Muslim Brotherhood (MB) activist expressed disappointment at the trial of Alaa Abdel Fattah and his fellow activists in military courts.

FJP Chairman: Code of Honour No Supra-Constitutional

Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) confirmed that the dilemma of supra-constitutional principles and the guidelines concerning the choosing of the panel that will draft

Muslim Brotherhood Condemns Friday Violence, Blames Gov’t and SCAF

Several months into the great January 25 revolution, the majority of the Egyptian people yet to feel their full demands have been fulfilled, partly because the incomprehensible slow pace of

FJP Denounces Attacks on Israeli Embassy, Rejects Prolonging Military Rule

The Freedom and Justice Party condemned actions of violence between protesters and security forces on September 9 called "Friday of Correcting the Path," which was shunned by both the party

HRW: Retry or Free 12,000 After Unfair Military Trials In Egypt

(New York) – Since it took over patrolling the streets from the police on January 28, 2011, Egypt’s military has arrested almost 12,000 civilians and brought them before military tribunals,

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