CAIRO: The State Security Division of the Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi sentenced Tuesday all the defendants in the “Brotherhood cell” lawsuit to prison, varying from three months to five years.
The court fined 21 defendants with 3000 AED ($ 817) and banned the Egyptian defendants from the country after the lapse of time of the verdict. It also issued a verdict to resolve the Muslim Brotherhood in United Arab Emirates, closing all its offices and confiscate the seized tools and devices in their work places and homes.
The court charged the 30 accused Emiratis and Egyptians with establishing, organizing and managing a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood without license in the U.A.E. It also charged them with connivance of the work of the organization, embezzlement of photos and documents containing secrets related to state security and publishing these photos among them.
Originally published in Youm7.