Taqrib News Agency 2013.09.18 08:05
An Egyptian court has ordered freezing of the assets belonging to the top
Muslim Brotherhood leaders as the country's army-backed government steps up
its clampdown on the movement.
The court on Tuesday ordered sanctions against Muslim Brotherhood's supreme
leader, Mohamed Badie, his two deputies, Khairat el-Shater and Rashad
Bayoumi, as well as Salafi leader, Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, and preacher
Safwat Higazi, AFP reported.
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