Egypt.. Upholding the death sentence against the “treacherous officer” in the “Mabrouk” case

Egypt.. Upholding the death sentence against the “treacherous officer” in the “Mabrouk” case
Egypt.. Upholding the death sentence against the “treacherous officer” in the “Mabrouk” case

The “Casition” rejected the appeals… and supported the provisions of the “Ansar Beit al-Maqdis” organization

The Egyptian Court of Cassation issued its ruling upholding the death sentences against 22 defendants, including the “traitor” officer Mohamed Owais, in the “Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis” case.

The court upheld life sentences against 45 others, 10 years imprisonment for 21 people, and 5 years imprisonment for 52 defendants in the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis case, as it rejected their appeal, and the ruling became final.

The Court of Cassation considered, during the last period, the appeals of 22 people sentenced to death, including Muhammad Owais, who was convicted of the assassination of officer Muhammad Mabrouk.

It is worth noting that a large part of the preliminary rulings issued by the Egyptian court against those associated with terrorist cases is due to what was proven by the investigations and testimony of Lieutenant-Colonel Mohamed Mabrouk and his testimony before the court, before his death, regarding the role and plans of Brotherhood leaders in spreading chaos in Egypt.

Muhammad Mabrouk, the Brotherhood’s official in the National Security Agency, was assassinated in November 2013 by Muhammad Owais and his terrorist group calling itself “Ansar Beit al-Maqdis”.

The Egyptian Supreme State Security Criminal Court had previously issued convictions against those accused of committing the crimes of founding, taking leadership and joining a terrorist group, aimed at disrupting the provisions of the constitution and laws, preventing state institutions from carrying out their work, assaulting the rights and freedoms of citizens, harming national unity and social peace, and intelligence. With Hamas, sabotaging state facilities, and possessing firearms, ammunition and explosive materials without a license.

The court convicted them of committing 54 terrorist operations, which resulted in the assassination of 42 policemen and 15 citizens, and the injury of more than 340 citizens. Abu Shakra, special operations, and the attempted assassination of Major General Mohamed Ibrahim, the former Minister of Interior, using a car bomb, in September 2013, and the bombing of the Dakahlia and Cairo security directorates.

Egypt.. Upholding the death sentence against the “treacherous officer” in the “Mabrouk” case

Sabq electronic newspaper
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2021-11-25

The Egyptian Court of Cassation issued its ruling upholding the death sentences against 22 defendants, including the “traitor” officer Mohamed Owais, in the “Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis” case.

The court upheld life sentences against 45 others, 10 years imprisonment for 21 people, and 5 years imprisonment for 52 defendants in the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis case, as it rejected their appeal, and the ruling became final.

The Court of Cassation considered, during the last period, the appeals of 22 people sentenced to death, including Muhammad Owais, who was convicted of the assassination of officer Muhammad Mabrouk.

It is worth noting that a large part of the preliminary rulings issued by the Egyptian court against those associated with terrorist cases is due to what was proven by the investigations and testimony of Lieutenant-Colonel Mohamed Mabrouk and his testimony before the court, before his death, regarding the role and plans of Brotherhood leaders in spreading chaos in Egypt.

Muhammad Mabrouk, the Brotherhood’s official in the National Security Agency, was assassinated in November 2013 by Muhammad Owais and his terrorist group calling itself “Ansar Beit al-Maqdis”.

The Egyptian Supreme State Security Criminal Court had previously issued convictions against those accused of committing the crimes of founding, taking leadership and joining a terrorist group, aimed at disrupting the provisions of the constitution and laws, preventing state institutions from carrying out their work, assaulting the rights and freedoms of citizens, harming national unity and social peace, and intelligence. With Hamas, sabotaging state facilities, and possessing firearms, ammunition and explosive materials without a license.

The court convicted them of committing 54 terrorist operations, which resulted in the assassination of 42 policemen and 15 citizens, and the injury of more than 340 citizens. Abu Shakra, special operations, and the attempted assassination of Major General Mohamed Ibrahim, the former Minister of Interior, using a car bomb, in September 2013, and the bombing of the Dakahlia and Cairo security directorates.

25 November 2021 – 20 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443

02:39 PM


The “Casition” rejected the appeals… and supported the provisions of the “Ansar Beit al-Maqdis” organization

The Egyptian Court of Cassation issued its ruling upholding the death sentences against 22 defendants, including the “traitor” officer Mohamed Owais, in the “Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis” case.

The court upheld life sentences against 45 others, 10 years imprisonment for 21 people, and 5 years imprisonment for 52 defendants in the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis case, as it rejected their appeal, and the ruling became final.

The Court of Cassation considered, during the last period, the appeals of 22 people sentenced to death, including Muhammad Owais, who was convicted of the assassination of officer Muhammad Mabrouk.

It is worth noting that a large part of the preliminary rulings issued by the Egyptian court against those associated with terrorist cases is due to what was proven by the investigations and testimony of Lieutenant-Colonel Mohamed Mabrouk and his testimony before the court, before his death, regarding the role and plans of Brotherhood leaders in spreading chaos in Egypt.

Muhammad Mabrouk, the Brotherhood’s official in the National Security Agency, was assassinated in November 2013 by Muhammad Owais and his terrorist group calling itself “Ansar Beit al-Maqdis”.

The Egyptian Supreme State Security Criminal Court had previously issued convictions against those accused of committing the crimes of founding, taking leadership and joining a terrorist group, aimed at disrupting the provisions of the constitution and laws, preventing state institutions from carrying out their work, assaulting the rights and freedoms of citizens, harming national unity and social peace, and intelligence. With Hamas, sabotaging state facilities, and possessing firearms, ammunition and explosive materials without a license.

The court convicted them of committing 54 terrorist operations, which resulted in the assassination of 42 policemen and 15 citizens, and the injury of more than 340 citizens. Abu Shakra, special operations, and the attempted assassination of Major General Mohamed Ibrahim, the former Minister of Interior, using a car bomb, in September 2013, and the bombing of the Dakahlia and Cairo security directorates.

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