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Trial of Muslim Brotherhood members postponed until February 7 and 8

Yesterday’s court session was dedicated to hearing testimonies from two prosecution witnesses on charges related to money laundering allegations against five defendants and six companies they manage.

The public session, attended by defense attorneys, the defendants’ families and media representatives, revolved around the financial statements of companies owned by the defendants and money laundering activities. that benefit the terrorist organization of the Muslim Brotherhood.

The court deliberated with witnesses for nearly four hours, which included conversations with defense attorneys. The court also allowed the defendants to confront and argue with witnesses.

Dr. Hamad Saif Al Shamsi, Attorney General of the United Arab Emirates, has referred 84 defendants, mostly members of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization in the United Arab Emirates, to the Federal Court of Appeal in Abu Dhabi for prosecution. tried on charges of establishing another clandestine organization for the purpose of committing acts of violence and terrorism on UAE soil.

The accused had allegedly concealed this crime and its evidence before being arrested and tried in Case No (17) of 2013-State Security.

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