Egypt’s verdict against April 6 movement shows 360-degree crackdown

Egypt’s verdict against April 6 movement shows 360-degree crackdown

December 4, 2014

On April 28, a Cairo court banned Egypt’s secular April 6 Youth Movement, a key supporter of the overthrow of former President Mohamed Morsi’s government in July 2013. Also on April 28, a different court in the southern province of Minya issued death sentences against the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood and 682 people identified as Brotherhood supporters. Read an analysis at Monitor Global Outlook, the business intelligence unit of The Christian Science Monitor.

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