Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 23 /Trend, A. Taghiyeva /
On September 23, an Egyptian court made a decision to ban the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Arabiya TV Channel reported on Monday.
According to the channel, the government has not yet made an official statement.
Arrests of the members of Muslim Brotherhood movement began after the overthrow of former President Mohamed Morsi as a result of a military coup. Morsi himself, as well as the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood were put in the Cairo prison. Morsi 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.