Tuesday، 30 December 2014 - 12:00 AM
Four members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested following the dispersal of an illegal demonstration in Gharbiya. According to Gharbiya Security Chief General Osama Bedier, the detainees were taken into custody during protest in the city of Mahalla. Participants, around 30, chanted anti-army and police slogans.
ecurity forces arrested 297 members of Muslim Brotherhood and rioters in 15 governorates over charges of attacking police facilities and instigating violence. The arrests come upon warrants by the prosecution, Assistant Interior Minister Sayed Shafiq told MENA. The arrests took place in governorates of Alexandria, Cairo, Minya, Giza, Qalubya, Fayyoum, Aswan, Beheira, Menoufia, Sharqiya, North Sinai, Dakahlia, Assiut, Dameitta and Qena, he added.
Menoufia police arrested three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group after dispersing a protest at the province's el Sadat City.
ohag police arrested five members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group for disturbing public peace. The police found anti-State leaflets in their possession. In December, the Egyptian government blacklisted the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization and banned all its activities.
Twelve members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood were arrested following the dispersal of illegal demonstrations in Gharbiya. According to Gharbiya's Security Chief Maj. General Osama Bedier, the detainees were taken into police custody during protests in the cities of El Santa, Mahalla and Bassion. The police chief vowed firm response to any plot to threaten stability and security.
Security forces in Behira, North Sinai and Alexandria arrested 14 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group over charges of inciting violence and staging unpeaceful protests. Five MB elements were arrested in Behira for inciting violence and staging unpeaceful demonstrations. Also, in North Sinai, five MB members were nabbed over the same charges.
A member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) was arrested in Qaliobiya for creating a provocative Facebook page. He was nabbed with bomb-making materials in his possession. In Qena, four Brotherhood supporters were arrested for calling for violence during tomorrow's protests.
Twenty members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested for inciting violence in the province of Behira. The Brotherhood members are accused of partaking in illegal protests and inciting violence. The public prosecution was notified to launch an investigation.
Aswan police on Wednesday nabbed nine members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over violence charges. The arrestees are accused of being involved in violent acts, blocking roads, disturbing traffic and possessing leaflets inciting against the regime and state's institutions.
The security forces in Beni Sueif seized 18 homemade bombs with a terrorist cell of Muslim Brotherhood members, Beni Sueif's Security Chief Maj. Genral Mohamed Sami said. The cell groups three students and two drivers in the city of Beni Sueif, Sami said. The detainees confessed to possession of the bombs and plans to attack police forces and public facilities, Sami added.
Security agencies arrested in Al Zawya al-Hamra, a Cairo district, a member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) with three locally-made explosive charges in his possession. The arrested confessed during a probe that he intended to use the explosive charges in attacking vital installations, policemen and to intimidate citizens. He was referred to the prosecution to complete investigations with him.
Nine members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested during a security campaign in the coastal province of Alexandria over inciting violence. The Brotherhood members were arrested upon arrest warrants issued by public prosecution. They were arrested with anti-regime leaflets in their possession.
Security forces arrested four members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group, including preachers and employees at the Awqaf Ministry in Aswan. They were arrested for urging the people to take part in the planned November 28 protests and inciting violence against state institutions. A probe was launched into the incident.
Four members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested over charges of inciting violence and staging anti-state protests in North Sinai, a security source said. Meanwhile, 215 fugitives were arrested during a security operation in Gharbia, the province security chief Osama Bedeir said. Four firearms, three cartridges and 18 cold steel weapons were seized during the campaign, he added. Also, seven drug cases, 20 supply cases and 56 public facilities cases were recorded.
The Republican People's Party said that Muslim Brotherhood chants of slogans supportive of Daesh militant group and raising Qaeda flags were a proof of lacking popularity and their inability to mobilize people. "Chanting these slogans came within the framework of media war launched by the group after they failed to mobilize people," Assistant Secretary General of the party Abdel Hamid Zeid said in statements.
Security forces arrested a terror cell comprising 14 members of the Muslim Brotherhood and Takfiri groups in Qalubiya, a security source said. The suspects are accused of plotting to incite violence and riots during demonstrations called for by the Brotherhood on Nov. 28, the source added. A probe was launched into the incident.
Seven students affiliated to the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested in Minya province with petrol bombs and fire crackers in their possession, said the acting university president. Gamal Abu el-Magd added that the security personnel arrested them during an on campus protest. He asserted the MB students would not be given a chance to mar the academic year, adding that firm actions were taken to prevent any violent acts at the university.
Security forces arrested two members of the Muslim Brotherhood for involvement in setting fire to the cars of Saudi Consulate here, a security source said. They also admitted torching seven government vehicles, including three cars owned by the family of the Suez tax evasion investigations head. They also admitted receiving money from leading MB members in Suez to carry out acts of sabotage.
Security forces broke up a human chain by 80 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Kafr el-Dawar early. The protesters chanted against police and army and raised pictures of ousted president Mohamed Morsi and Rabia sign made by raising four fingers. Police arrested five of them with fire crackers in their possession.
Three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in the province of Minya over violence charges. The Brotherhood members have been wanted by the public prosecution for attacking public facilities and inciting violence. The public prosecution was notified to launch an investigation.
Seven members of the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested in Gharbiya, north of Cairo, for inciting violence and joining a terrorist organization. They were referred to the prosecution for further probe.
The military court in Suez issued a verdict to imprison 20 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and Islamist groups in Suez. The defendants, who got from two years to life sentence, face charges of burning churches, schools and army armored vehicles as well as killing citizens, according to a judicial source. The army and police forces arrested the defendants after the dispersal of Rabaa el-Adwiya and Nahda sit-ins.
Two Muslim Brotherhood members, a teacher and a student, were arrested by Sohag police for attempting to revive activities of a banned terrorist group in the governorate. Legal action was taken against them.
Aswan police have arrested three terrorist Muslim Brotherhood elements for inciting violence. Arrest warrants had been issued for Ahmed S. M., 30, Ahmed H. A., 15 and Moustafa S.S., 15, following a probe that revealed they had taken part in MB protests and incited violence against citizens.
Fayyoum police managed to arrest 43 wanted members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over accusations of burning Atsa police station. The arrestees are also accused of attempting to burn Atsa Court in the Upper Egyptian city. The prosecution was notified to launch a probe.
Three Muslim Brotherhood members were arrested in the Upper Egypt province of Qena. A machine gun, bullets, gasoline Jerry cans, Molotov cocktails were seized in possession of the arrestees. The suspects were referred to the prosecution for investigations.
Two members of terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested in Suez. The pair held official positions in a company manufacturing raw material used in making explosives, a security source said. One of them had emails and correspondences with fugitive MB members detailing plans for vandalism acts, the source added. The two were plotting a major operation against the factory, the source pointed out.
Port Said national security sector arrested 10 elements of the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood group over charges of organizing protests and igniting violence. Port Said Security Director General Ismail Ezz El-Din said he received a report on the arrest of the suspects over their involvement in targeting police facilities and vital utilities. Prosecution was notified to launch a probe.
Four members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested in North Sinai province for inciting violence and staging unlawful protests, a security source said. They were referred to the prosecution for further probe.
Kafr el-Dawar security forces arrested three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group for setting fire to a garage of the Kafr el-Dawar city council. The arrestees confessed that they belong to the terrorist MB group and they formed a secret group with the aim of sabotaging the country's infrastructure. Security bodies took all the necessary legal measures and the Public Prosecution was notified to hold investigations.
Five supporters of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group were arrested in North Sinai over instigating violence. The arrestees were charged with provoking riots against police, army troops, and military facilities, and organizing illegal protests.
Police have arrested 18 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group in three provinces over violence charges. The arrested are accused of committing sabotage acts, attacking governmental institutions, targeting police officers in the provinces of Giza, Behira and Damietta. The public prosecution was notified to start investigation.
Three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group and "Dank" movement in Suez were remanded in custody pending investigations. The three defendants were arrested over charges of police assault. Suez security forces arrested the defendants as per the prosecution's order.
Security forces arrested five members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Mahalla, Zefta and Samanoud towns of Gharbiya governorate. Earlier, the public prosecution issued arrest warrants for the five over rioting and inciting violence charges. They were arrested with anti-police/army leaflets in their possession.
Beheira security bodies arrested Sunday five members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group over violence charges. The defendants were accused of inciting violence and riot acts against state institutions and calling for staging unlicensed protests. The arrestees were wanted by the Public Prosecution.
Gharbia security forces arrested eight members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group. During a wide-scale crackdown in cooperation with the national security apparatus in the province, 1,370 traffic violations were recorded during the campaign, Gharbia security chief Maj.-Gen. Osama Bedier said. A large number of supply violations were also recorded, he added.
As many as six members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested. They instigated riots and participated in MB demonstrations in Zefta, Sammanoud, Mahalla and Santa, security sources said. The arrestees had anti-police and army fliers as well as the Rabaa sign in their possession.