An Egyptian court on Thursday condemned 24 Muslim Brotherhood individuals to death for the killing of cops in two separate cases, a legal source said.
The Damanhour Criminal Court, north of the capital Cairo, indicted the gathering for a few violations, including the supposed besieging of a transport shipping cops in the seaside Beheira governorate in 2015.
The assault killed three cops and injured scores of others.
The other case, additionally included Brotherhood individuals and attempted by a similar court, was over the killing of a cop in 2014.
Eight of the 24 denounced were attempted in absentia.
The death penalty for non military personnel convicts in Egypt, the Arab world’s most crowded nation, is done by hanging.
The decisions can be claimed, the source added.
Egypt banned the Islamist bunch in 2013 after the tactical ouster of previous president Mohamed Morsi.
Since driving the tactical takeover and becoming president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has gotten serious about the Muslim Brotherhood, with a great many its allies imprisoned.
The Muslim Brotherhood, established in Egypt in 1928, calls for Islam to be at the core of public life.
It set up itself as the principle resistance development in Egypt in spite of many years of restraint, and hosts motivated side project developments and political gatherings across the Muslim world.
Be that as it may, it stays restricted in a few nations including Egypt for its supposed connections to psychological warfare.
Recently, Amnesty International pummeled Egypt’s “critical spike” in recorded executions, which saw a more than triple ascent to 107 last year, from 32 of every 2019.