In a surprising move rather than shocking an Egyptian court took a final stand against the outlawed group Muslim Brotherhood head along with thirteen other influential members. Stating them guilty for the chaos, violence and death of hundreds of civilians during the overthrow of leader Mohammad Mursi, the Egyptian court awarded the chief of the group Mohammed Badie along with thirteen other influential members of the group death penalty. Government of Egypt and the military described the Muslim Brotherhood group a security threat to the country who is capable of carrying out protests to disrupt the peace and harmony of the country.
Speaking on their behalf, the group said that their members have been targeted as they are truly committed to peaceful activism and did not play any part of creating any violence or disruption in the country. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV