Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Try Egypt to 15 students in military courts to violence

CAIRO: An Egyptian prosecutor referred 15 suspected members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood in a military court on Sunday together on charges of violence, the state news agency.

Egypt has the jurisdiction of military courts in October extended to civilians from acts accused of attack on government institutions at roadblocks to try.

The change was followed by some of the worst attacks on security forces since the fall of President Mohammed Mursi of the Brotherhood of last year.

The defendants are 15 students in Zagazig University in the Nile Delta, the costs, including inciting a rebellion, membership in a terrorist organization and protest without permission to make.

The Brotherhood was banned a year ago. Thousands of his followers were closed and hundreds were killed when security forces dispersed two protest camps in the previous year.