Mohamed Morsi's trial in the case of "breaking into the eastern border" is postponed until October 2
The Criminal Court of Cairo, which was held at the Institute of Police Secretaries, headed by Counselor Mohamed Sherine Fahmy, decided on Sunday to postpone the retrial of the isolated President Mohammed Morsi and 27 others in the case known as the break-in of the eastern border.

The session was held under the chairmanship of Advisor Mohamed Sherine Fahmy, and the membership of the advisors Essam Abu Ela and Hassan Al-Sayes, and Secretariat Hamdi Al-Shennawi and Osama Shaker.

It is noteworthy that the defendants in this case are the isolated President Mohamed Morsi and 27 leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood and the members of the international organization and elements of the Palestinian Hamas and Lebanese Hezbollah, headed by Rashad Bayoumi, Mahmoud Ezzat, Mohammed Saad Katatni, Saad Husseini, Mohamed Badee Abdul Majid, Mohamed Beltagy and Safwat Hijazi and Issam al-Din Al-Aryan And Yusuf al-Qaradawi and others.

The re-trial of the defendants came after the Court of Cassation in November overturned the sentences issued by the Criminal Court, headed by Counselor Shaaban Al-Shamy, "the execution of Mohammed Morsi, Mohamed Badi, the General Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, his deputy Rashad Al-Bayoumi, The disbanded People's Assembly and the Brotherhood leaders Essam El-Erian, and to punish 20 others accused of life imprisonment, "and decided to re-trial them.

The facts of the case date back to 2011 during the January revolution, against the backdrop of the storming of the Wadi al-Natroun prison and the assault on the security installations. The prosecution assigned the accused in the case "an agreement with the political bureau of Hamas, the leaders of the International Organization of the Muslim Brotherhood, The Egyptian state and its institutions, and training of armed elements by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards to commit acts of hostility and military inside the country, and hit and break into Egyptian prisons. "

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