Money laundering


Former IM pleads not guilty to money laundering charges

Habib Al-Adly Egypt’s former interior minister has pleaded not guilty to corruption charges on Saturday. Al-Adly is the first senior minister of the former ousted Mubarak’s corrupt regime to be

Speaking out for justice and human rights: Exclusive Interview by Dr. Ashraf Abdelghaffer .

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is one of the largest banned political opposition groups that has significant support from the masses. Ideologically diverse, the Brotherhood calls for dialogue and cooperation,

AlKarama for Human Rights Threatens to File a Complaint to the UN against Egypt

AlKarama for Human Rights threatened to address the UN regarding what it called “suppression of the opposition” and intellectuals and trying them before exceptional courts in violation of international conventions

MB leaders in International Networking Case to Sue Egypt’s Government before ICJ and British Courts

"Senior Muslim Brotherhood leaders abroad, who were convicted by the Supreme State Security Court in the alleged international networking case.

MB leader Ibrahim Munir: I Will Turn to International Court of Justice to Prove Innocence

Ibrahim Munir, the group's representative in Europe and one of the defendants in the International MB Networking Case, said: "I have appealed my sentence before a British court, which will

A talk with the Muslim Brotherhood’s Ibrahim Munir

Asharq Al-Awsat- In November 2010, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood achieved a ‘zero result’ in the country’s parliamentary elections, having previously held 88 national seats. As a result, the Brotherhood boycotted

State Council acknowledges Al-Shater’s rights for early release

The Legislative Department of the State Council has presented Chancellor Mamdouh Marei a presidential decree ordering an official pardon to detainees who have served half their sentences in prison and

Second hearing for 5 International MB leaders charged with money-laundering

The Egyptian State Security Prosecution is expected to hold its second hearing of pressed charges against five prominent members of the country's leading opposition group the Muslim Brotherhood on Wednesday

Lawyers’ strike postpones MB trial

The current crisis between lawyers and judges forced the postpoing of the "MB international network" case.

MB court case adjourned until July 14

The trial of five International Muslim Brotherhood members accused of money laundering has been postponed untill July 17 by an emergency court