Tuesday، 10 March 2015 - 12:00 AM
Menoufia security forces dispersed two protests staged by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood in Sadat and Ashmoun. The MB members launched fireworks, set fire to car tires and cut off roads, chanting anti-state slogans. Four MB members were arrested after that threw stones and Molotov cocktails at security forces that rushed to the scenes to disperse the illegal protests.
Six supporters of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in Qena governorate over instigating violence. They face charges of inciting violence, provoking riots against the country's institutions and joining an outlawed organization.
Minya security forces arrested 14 members of the Muslim Brotherhood for violating protest law and rioting. The arrest comes as part of a security crackdown launched under security chief Mohamed Sadel Helbawi. Some 12 arms, 33 bullets and five white weapons were also seized during the operation.
Police arrested four wanted members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood in Qena. They were accused of instigating violence and riots in the Upper Egyptian city. They were accused of belonging to an outlawed group. Arrest warrants have been issued for the four.
Menoufia security forces dispersed a rally staged by Muslim Brotherhood members outside Faculty of Engineering in Shebin el Koum. Meanwhile, a security source at Fayyoum University said that the head of administrative security at Faculty of Arts was injured in his head and body, when he confronted an attack by a number of Brotherhood students on security premises at the faculty. Also, six members of the terrorist Brotherhood group in Tanta have been remanded in custody for 15 days pending investigations over charges of inciting riots and violence acts.
Security forces in Sohag arrested a student who is member of the banned Muslim Brotherhood with a large quantity of fireworks and boxes containing gunpowder in his possession. The 20-year-old student was hiding large quantities of fireworks and various types of bombs in his home to use them in sabotage operations against police and army facilities. In Suez, the prosecution ordered remanding an MB member for 15 days pending investigations over accusations of setting police vehicles and motorbikes ablaze.
Two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in the governorate of Minya over violence charges. The two were arrested while they were hiding in a villa in the Upper Egyptian city. They are accused of attacking public institutions and inciting protests and violence. The public prosecution was notified to launch an investigation into the incident.
Nine members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested in Sohag, Daqahliya, Cairo, Fayoum and Menoufiya. A Brotherhood member was arrested in Sohag over planting a homemade bomb inside Maghagha railway station last month, according to a statement by Interior Ministry. Also, another MB member, the main suspect in killing son of counselor Mahmoud el Sayed, in Mansoura, added the statement. In Fayyoum, a Brotherhood member was arrested over charges of attempting to storm a police station, attacking citizens, opening fire on a court in Fayyoum along with other several charges.
Alexandria security forces arrested three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group (MB) over charges of sparking riots in the governorate. They were nabbed with a homemade bird shot rifle, Rabaa banner, Labtop, a set of CDs, two hard disks, a range of publications and other objects. They admitted of belonging to the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group and possessing the firearms to spark riots
Security forces arrested two teachers affiliated to the banned Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Qena city. Earlier, the prosecution ordered their arrest over charges of inciting violence and sabotaging public institutions. A probe was launched into the incident.
Three more persons of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested over a bid to torch a post office in the Cairo district of Ain Shams on January 25. Unidentified persons had thrown Molotov cocktails at the office's front window but no damage was caused inside the room. One person had been arrested earlier over the incident.
Twelve wanted members of the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested over the past 24 hours, police said. The apprehension took place in the governorates of Giza, South Sinai, Fayyoum, Damietta and Aswan.
Police arrested 11 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood in Kafr el-Sheikh and Aswan. They were accused of belonging to an outlawed group and disturbing the public order.
Five Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members were arrested in el Arish city in North Sinai, a security source said. He added that the five are accused of inciting violence and blocking roads in the city.
Damietta security bodies in cooperation with the national security sector arrested five members, who formed a terror cell to target policemen and public establishments. The move came as part of security efforts to arrest and pursues terrorist elements. All the necessary legal procedures were taken against the arrestees, who are members of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group.
Three policemen were injured with bird shots fired by members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group during a protest in Alexandria. Three protesters were arrested and will face violence charges, police said.
Six people were arrested over charges of setting fire to the branches of Emirates NBD and KFC restaurant in Giza, read a statement by the Interior Ministry. According to a police report, the six detainees, who are members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group, confessed to the crimes saying they used shotguns, stones and petrol bombs to attack the bank and restaurant branches on February 2. They guided the security forces to other perpetrators. The statement said police are on the hunt of the accused.
Nine members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested over violence charges in Behira governorate, north of Cairo. They face charges of inciting violence and calling for violent protests. In 2013, an Egyptian court blacklisted the Muslim Brotherhood and banned all its activities in the country.
Aswan police arrested five members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood on charges of causing riots in the Upper Egyptian city. They were also accused of possessing pamphlets instigating violence against the state.
The security agency in Suez arrested eight elements of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group on charges of manufacturing explosive charges and other ammunition and arms. In a press statement, a security source said that they are also accused of instigating violence against police and media people via the social interaction networks. Manhunt operations are underway to arrest two other members of the terrorist group over the same charges, added the source.
Arrish security bodies arrested two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group. They are accused of organizing rallies, inciting violence acts against police and army personnel and military installations in North Sinai governorate. Also, they were nabbed with Rabaa signs in their possession. They were referred to prosecution for interrogation.
Beheira security bodies nabbed a terrorist cell affiliated to the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group which targeted policemen and their vehicles. The 5-member cell was seized with arms, fireworks, masks and ammunition in their possession. The defendants admitted that they belong to the terrorist group and planned for inciting violence and riots with the aim of toppling the regime. Prosecution was notified to launch a probe.
Security forces in Qalubiya arrested two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group on accusations of instigation against police and armed forces. The two were reported to the police as hiding in Kafr Taha village, Qalubiya.
Five elements of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in Qena with tools used in violent acts in their possession. The five were wanted over their alleged involvement in violent acts and attacks on state establishments in the governorate.
Security forces in Alexandria have seized a terrorist cell of four Muslim Brotherhood members in possession of parts used in making weapons. The MB members planned to target police personnel and carry out terrorist attacks against vital institutions. Police seized with the detainees amounts of money and gold jewelry. They admitted to some subversive acts and torching electricity transformers in the coastal city.
Beheira police nabbed a member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over instigating violence against police. The MB member was arrested while writing anti-police slogans on walls in a main square in Damanhur.
Alexandria security forces arrested two elements of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group with tools and materials used to make bombs in their possession. Upon a tip-off to Alexandria security forces, the detainees, who are belonging to a group, called "Raad" or "thunder" affiliated to the MB group, were arrested over their involvement in 43 terror and sabotage acts. A large number of nails, electric wires and batteries, and a laptop were seized with the two detainees.
Security forces in Qalubiya foiled attempt by elements belonging to the banned Muslim Brotherhood to block the ring road in Shubra El Kheima after protesting in the neighborhood. Some 15 rioters were arrested with arms in their possession during the protest. Qalubiya Security Chief General Mahmoud Youssri said he received a report that a number of MB elements are gathered near the ring road to block traffic. Security forces rushed to the scene and arrested the rioters and prosecution was notified to launch a probe.
Security forces affiliated to Sharqia Security Directorate managed to arrest three persons belonging to the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB). They were nabbed while they were in the city's hall. Weapons and Molotov cocktails were found in their possession. This comes in the framework of the security efforts exerted to arrest terrorists involved in inciting violence and sabotage against police and public facilities. The security bodies carried out needed legal measures and the prosecution was notified to open a probe.
Police arrested four terrorist cells in Alexandria, Giza, Dakahlia and Fayyoum. In Alexandria, 19 Muslim Brotherhood loyalists were arrested for forming a terrorist group targeting public and police institutions and preparing improvised and structural explosive devices. In Dakahlia, police arrested a ten-member terror cell over plots to incite violence in Mansoura University during the second semester. Firearms were seized during the arrest. In the meantime, six MB members were bused in Giza and Fayyoum for inciting violence.
Alexandria police arrested 29 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood over charges of riots and violence in the coastal city. They were accused of attacking police and causing panic among the residents of Alexandria. They were accused of planting home-made bombs.
Nine Muslim Brotherhood members were arrested in North Sinai for inciting violence and targeting police and army. Search is underway for other members for breaking down the cell phone network.
Daqahliya police have arrested a terrorist cell of 10 Muslim Brotherhood members in the city of Mansoura. They used a number of apartments and stores as premises to carry out their terrorist plots.
Two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in Luxor over planning to overthrow the regime and incite violence. The Brotherhood members were arrested at a checkpoint in the city. They were arrested with laptop and flashes containing plans to target tourist institutions and incite violence.
A Kafr el Sheikh court sentenced 28 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood to three years in prison. The defendants were also fined EGP 30,000 each. They faced charges of joining a banned group, demonstrating without permit and instigating violence.
Giza security forces arrested 10 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group. They are charged with triggering riots, setting off fireworks, hurling Molotov cocktails and firing bird shots at al-Munib police station in Giza governorate. They were nabbed with banners, pictures, slogans and leaflets of the banned MB group, cold steel weapons, laptops and gas masks. They admitted joining the terrorist MB, involvement in attacks on Al Munib police station and setting fire to a shop and restaurant in Haram district in Giza.
A member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood was arrested in Suez over attacking security forces and torching vehicles. The detainee, along with MB members, formed a cell that targeted security forces and blocked streets in the canal city of Suez, security source said. He was wanted over seven charges, the source said.
Twenty-nine loyalists of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in the governorate of Alexandria for planning to stir chaos and rioting in universities during the second semester. Security forces have spotted the Brotherhood's members during a secret meeting in the city, in which they planned to disrupt the classes through inciting chaos in universities.
Security forces arrested six members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Idku city of Beheira over violating the demonstration law. A probe was launched into the incident.
Security forces in Behira have arrested two members of terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group over instigation of violence and un-peaceful demonstration charges. They are aged 41 and 28.
Cairo police arrested a member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood over an attempt to set ablaze two churches in Cairo's working-class neighborhood of Rod el-Farag. He confessed that he is a member of the outlawed group and that he threw Molotov cocktails at the two churches.
Suez National Security forces arrested three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over violence-related charges. Two are accused of planning sabotage operations against the Suez electricity company in coordination with terrorist MB leaders, a security source said. The third detainee was charged with assaulting army and police forces in Suez and taking part in MB terrorist cells who are planning to attack security forces, the source added.
Four members of the terrorist Moslem Brotherhood were arrested in Alexandria after an exchange of fire with police. Security forces had launched a search operation in the Agami area west of Alexandria. The four were propagating for killing and violence and were in possession of firearms.
Six members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group have been arrested in three governorates, a security source said. In a statement, the ministry said two suspects were identified for inflaming a car of the governorate sewage department. In Qalyubia, one person was arrested for possessing Molotov cocktails to be used in MB protests. In Menoufiya, a man and his two sons aged 17 and 16 were arrested for producing Molotov cocktails.
Qena security forces arrested three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group. They are charged with blocking Farshout road and planting an explosive device in Farshout railway station. The necessary legal procedures were taken and the prosecution was informed to launch an investigation.