Egypt: Court sentences acting Muslim Brotherhood leader to life in prison

- JIHAD WATCH - Apr 17, 2021 - CHRISTINE DOUGLASS-WILLIAMS -


Back in February, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi instructed the education ministry to delete some Qur’an verses and Hadiths from the country’s educational curricula, because they help spread terrorism. This was profoundly significant. El-Sisi recognized the truth about the contents of the Quran and Hadiths, while Westerners do not, and continue to be influenced by lies.


Back in February, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi instructed the education ministry to delete some Qur’an verses and Hadiths from the country’s educational curricula, because they help spread terrorism. This was profoundly significant. El-Sisi recognized the truth about the contents of the Quran and Hadiths, while Westerners do not, and continue to be influenced by lies.


Meanwhile, Egypt has been cracking down on the Muslim Brotherhood, while Muslim Brotherhood affiliates are alive and well in Western countries, and are advancing their agenda without any significant pushback.

Despite what the willfully blind in the West choose to believe, the Muslim Brotherhood is dedicated to jihad, which is the way, for the imposition of Sharia. The Muslim Brotherhood also recognizes, especially internationally, the benefits of a “patient jihad,” i.e., the stealth advance of their agenda through peaceful means.


“Court sentences acting Muslim Brotherhood leader to life in prison,” Reuters, April 8, 2021:

CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian court sentenced Mahmoud Ezzat, the former acting leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, to life in prison on Thursday, months after he was detained in a Cairo apartment. Security forces arrested Ezzat last August in a raid in Cairo’s Fifth Settlement district, the latest blow to a movement that has been the target of a crackdown since it was forced from power in 2013. Ezzat was sentenced on charges of inciting violence and supplying firearms during clashes outside the Brotherhood’s headquarters between its supporters and opponents in 2013, a judicial source said. Other senior Brotherhood members have been sentenced to life in prison in the same case. Ezzat’s lawyer could not immediately be reached. At the time of Ezzat’s arrest, the Brotherhood said he had been pursued on “false political charges”. Ezzat was an influential former deputy to Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie, and considered a hardliner within the group. He became acting leader after Badie’s arrest in August 2013. Ezzat had previously been sentenced to death and to life in prison in absentia, but faces retrials following his detention….


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