The Address | Benghazi – Libya
CAIRO – The Egyptian Administrative Court ordered the dismissal of an employee of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry because of his membership to the Muslim Brotherhood, asserting that membership of this group is considered a crime against honor.
The court, in its lawsuit No. 3227 for judicial year 65, supported the decision of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry to terminate the service of one of its employees because of his membership in the Muslim Brotherhood. According to the court, the Muslim Brotherhood was established against the provisions of the law, and its actions results in assault on the personal freedom of citizens.
Egypt’s government declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in 2013.