Azerbaijan, Baku, September 24 /Trend A.Tagiyeva/
Egyptian authorities started the process of alienation of objects and institutions belonging to Muslim Brotherhood organization, Al Jazira TV Channel reported on Tuesday.
"According to the report, in addition, the country's authorities has already confiscated the property of some schools in the province of Bani Yusuf, led by Muslim Brotherhood. It is expected that the government will confiscate the property of other institutions of the organization in all Egyptian provinces as well.
Yesterday the Egyptian court decided to ban the activities of Muslim Brotherhood movement in the country.
The arrests of Muslim Brotherhood members began after the overthrow of ex-President Mohamed Morsi as a result of a military coup. Morsi himself, as well as Muslim Brotherhood leaders were thrown in Cairo's jail. He is accused of collaboration with Hamas and escape from prison in 2011.
For decades, the Muslim Brotherhood movement was outlawed in Egypt, and only after the fall of Hosni Mubarak's regime, the movement presented itself to the world as a well-organized political force.
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