Muslim Brotherhood Leaders To Face Trial Over Inciting Killings

Egypt: 3 Top Leaders Of Muslim Brotherhood Referred To

Trial For Allegedly Inciting Killing Of Protesters

CAIRO — Egyptian prosecutors havereferred three top leaders of the MuslimBrotherhood, including the group’s fugitive spiritual leader, to trial for allegedlyinciting the killing of protesters last month.

The decision Wednesday by Cairo prosecutors is the latest move in a crackdown by authorities on the Islamist group following the July 3 ouster of Mohammed Morsi in a military coup.

The three referred to trial are Mohammed Badie, the group’s leader who is on the run, his powerful deputy Khairat el-Shater and senior leader Rashad Bayoumi.

They are accused of inciting the killing of at least eight protesters outside the Cairo headquarters of the group.


Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi

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