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UAE: Court hears evidence against those accused of forming a terrorist group to incite violence – News

Published: Thursday, February 8, 2024, 9:29 p.m.

Last update: Thursday, February 8, 2024, 10:08 p.m.

The Federal Court of Appeal in Abu Dhabi held a session to consider a case in which several people were accused of forming a secret terrorist organization and money laundering.

During the session, which lasted more than five hours, the court heard the argument of the Public Ministry in the presence of the accused. The prosecution provided evidence against the defendants, including technical reports, audio and video materials, and written documents.

The Prosecutor’s Office stated in its arguments that this case is completely different from State Security Case No. 79 of 2012, and is not a new trial of the accused. The prosecution also confirmed that the confessions obtained from the defendants coincided with the investigations carried out by state authorities. The defendants are accused of forming an organization called the “Committee for Justice and Dignity” and using it to incite people to violence and demonstrations against the state.

The defense lawyers and relatives of the accused were also present in court. The next session will take place on Thursday, February 15.

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.

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