The famous Egyptian preacher, Muhammad Hassan, repudiated the Brotherhood’s actions and behavior, and confirmed that it was a preaching group that turned into a political party that reached power and the presidency and failed because it was unable to move from the group’s jurisprudence to the jurisprudence of the state.
The Fifth Circuit – Terrorism – of the Emergency State Security Criminal Court, headed by Counselor Mohamed Al-Saeed Al-Sherbiny, heard today, Sunday, the testimony of Sheikh Mohamed Hassan in the trial of 12 accused ISIS elements known in the media as the “ISIS Imbaba cell.”
The Egyptian preacher said, during his testimony before the criminal court hearing the case of “ISIS Imbaba”, today, Sunday, that he is a man over sixty years old, and he does not know more about the Brotherhood than the judiciary knows, stressing that the group has not been able to overcome the one-party and one-opinion policy. And when the collision occurred between them and the other forces, they had to abandon the ruling in order to avoid bloodshed, which they did not do.
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Muhammad Hassan’s testimony comes weeks after hearing the testimony of preacher Muhammad Hussein Yaqoub, also as a witness in the case, after the lawyers of two defendants in the case requested to hear their statements about what his clients mentioned in the investigations that the beliefs they followed were based on the ideas of Sheikhs “Hassan” and “Yacoub.” .
The court had previously heard the testimony of preacher Muhammad Hussein Yaqoub on June 17 last.
The prosecution assigned the defendants in the case to assume the leadership of a terrorist group whose purpose is to call for disturbing public order and endangering the safety, interests and security of society, disrupting the provisions of the constitution and laws, preventing state institutions and public authorities from carrying out their work, attacking the personal freedom of citizens and public freedoms and rights, and harming national unity, social peace and security. nationalist.