Egypt Freezes Assets of 14 Extremist Leaders

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Egypt’s public prosecutor has frozen the assets of 14 top Muslim Brotherhood and Islamist extremists in connection with four violent incidences since the military overthrew Mohamed Morsi.

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Included are the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Badie, and 8 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders and 5 Islamist extremists, including members of  Gamaa Islamiya. a former militant faction.

The order was issued by Hisham Barakat.

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