Sunday, April 12, 2015

13 MB Members Sentenced to Death

So while Egypt executes members of the Muslim Brotherhood for subversion and trying to overthrow the government, Abu Obama appoints Brotherhood members to 6 high level administration posts and refuses to have the Brotherhood declared a terrorist organization as have several Muslim states in the Middle East.

More evidence of just whose side Abu is on.


Egyptian court sentences leader of outlawed Muslim Brotherhood and 13 other senior members to death for inciting chaos and violence

    Confirmed death sentences for Muslim Brotherhood leader and 13 others
    American-Egyptian citizen sentenced to life in prison by Cairo court
    Found guilty of  'plotting unrest' after ousting of president Morsi in 2013

By Afp and Sara Malm for MailOnline

Published: 07:47 EST, 11 April 2015 | Updated: 12:02 EST, 11 April 2015

A leader of the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood has had his death sentence confirmed by a Cairo court this weekend.

Mohamed Badie and 13 other defendants were handed their sentences as 37 people, including an American-Egyptian citizen were jailed for life.

The defendants found guilty of plotting unrest from their headquarters in a sprawling Cairo protest camp in the months after the military overthrew Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013.

Judge Mohamed Nagy Shehata, known for his harsh rulings in cases involving the Muslim Brotherhood, also sentenced two Islamists who have fled the country to death.

Among those sentenced to life in prison is Mohamed Soltan, an American-Egyptian man who has been on a hunger strike over his detention for more than 14 months.

Soltan's family called for Mohamed's immediate release in a statement after the verdict, charging that there was no evidence against him.

His father Salah Soltan was among the 14 detainees sentenced to death.

The U.S. embassy in Cairo said in a statement that it was 'gravely concerned' about Mohamed Soltan and would 'continue to monitor his case closely and to provide him with all possible support.'

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