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  • Britain PM rules out ban on Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

    LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday ruled out banning Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood but said the group had a “highly ambiguous relationship with violent extremism” and was “opaque” and “secretive”...

    Membership or having links to the Islamist organisation, which is an opposition force in Egypt and has a base in London, should be considered a “possible indicator of extremism,” Cameron said...

  • Egypt issues new life sentence against Brotherhood supreme leader

    An Egyptian court sentenced the Muslim Brotherhood's supreme leader Mohamed Badie to life in prison for “planning violent attacks” in a retrial on Monday, judicial officials and a lawyer said...

    Badie was part of a group of 37 people accused of conspiring to stir unrest during protests that followed the July 2013 military-led ouster of Egypt's former elected president Mohamed Morsi, who hailed from the Brotherhood...

  • Egypt’s Brotherhood supremo gets fresh life term

    CAIRO: An Egyptian court sentenced the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme guide Mohamed Badie to life in prison for “planning violent attacks” in a retrial on Monday, judicial officials and a lawyer said...

    Badie was part of a group of 37 people accused of conspiring to stir unrest during protests that followed the July 2013 military-led ouster of Egypt’s former Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, who hailed from the Brotherhood...

  • Harried by police, Egypt’s Brotherhood torn by divisions

    CAIRO: On the night of Aug 13, 2013, Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad Haddad sat in a stairwell of a building next to Cairo’s Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque, and said: “We need a miracle...

    Thousands of Islamists, including Haddad and much of the Brotherhood leadership, have been arrested since...

  • Egypt court jails head of Brotherhood for 10 years

    CAIRO: An Egyptian military court on Tuesday sentenced Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie to 10 years in prison over deadly clashes following the 2013 ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, judicial officials said...

    Ninety other defendants who were tried in absentia were sentenced to life terms, which in Egypt means 25 years...

  • Egypt court sentences Brotherhood leader, 35 others to life

    CAIRO: An Egyptian court on Monday sentenced the Muslim Brotherhood’s leader and 35 other people to life in prison over violent clashes after the army overthrew Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, a judicial official said...

    Mohamed Badie, the Brotherhood’s supreme guide, has already been sentenced to death and prison terms in other trials...

  • Tensions brew in Jordan over Muslim Brotherhood rift

    AMMAN: Jordan’s authorisation of a breakaway wing of the Muslim Brotherhood has sent tensions soaring between the decades-old organisation and the government, accused of exploiting the rift to weaken the kingdom’s main opposition force...

    In early March, the government gave its consent to the formation of the splinter Brotherhood group, led by a former head of the movement...

  • Go Green: The Chinese first lady's style screams brotherhood

    During Chinese president Xi Jinping's visit to Pakistan, the first lady made a decisive statement about Pak-China relations through her attire — and the statement seems to be: go green!As the presidential couple arrived in Pakistan, Peng Liyuan chose to wear a plain white jacket over a deep green dress with a light green scarf to go with it, accessorized with a brooch...

    Amid all this patriotism, Pakistan's leading ladies...

  • Brotherhood fund for Rohingya Muslims

    LAHORE: A multi-party conference held here on Wednesday urged the Muslim countries to set up a ‘brotherhood fund’ to help the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, while foreign ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Conference should plan a joint strategy to rescue them from the oppression of Buddhist monks...

  • Brotherhood’s role

    THE Jamaat-i-Islami might consider itself a vanguard party in the Leninist style but there is no escaping the fact that its Islamist platform has never found great electoral resonance in Pakistan...

    Even if it can claim to have had a disproportionate influence on the development of Pakistan’s polity, its election results have never put it close to winning power...

  • Brotherhood chief gets another life term

    CAIRO: Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie, who has been sentenced to death, was handed another life term in prison on Saturday for an attack on a police station...

    Eighty-eight co-defendants were also handed life terms, which in Egypt is 25 years in jail...

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