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The authorities are conducting large-scale investigations into 3 terrorist fraternal allies arrested by the security services with the support and funding of the group, the last of whom was Khaled Al-Azhari, former fraternal-era labor minister, and Rajab Al-Swerky, the owner. Tawhid and Al-Nour stores, and Business Man Safwan Thabet, chairman of Juhayna Corporation.
Informed sources told Al-Masry Al-Youm that the three defendants face charges of terrorist financing and support for the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood on the grounds that they are a law-abiding group.
The owner of the Juhayna Company, Safwan Thabet, decided to detain him for 15 days before the investigation. He was accused of terrorist financing and participation in an unlawful group and accused of committing crimes of joining an unlawful group, calling for unauthorized demonstrations, incitement to violence, financing of a terrorist group and many other allegations.
During the decision to detain the defendant for another 15 days before the investigation, Juhayna’s leadership was handed over to Saif Safwan Thabet, the son of businessman Safwan Thabet, who had previously served as vice president and executive director.
Rajab Al-Swireky, owner of the Al-Tawhid and Al-Noor stores, located in branches of the republic, is with him the Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office is completing extensive investigations into allegations of financial offenses and terrorist financing.
He is under investigation for several charges and violations that have been committed against him in recent years. The allegation was that “Al-Swirky” belonged to the terrorist fraternity and was involved in supporting terrorism.
The indictment’s investigation revealed that he was arrested by the National Security Agency in the middle of last week on the fifth settlement and has been investigated daily since then, mainly for violations of money laundering, currency trading, tax evasion, terrorist financing and investigation imprisoned for 15 days. .
Khaled Al-Azhari, a former minister of Manpower, the Supreme State Security Bureau, has launched an investigation into allegations of terrorist financing and the involvement of a group set up in violation of the law.
The investigating authorities assigned the accused in Case No. 865 of 2020 to the Supreme State Security, where they committed crimes by associating with a group established in violation of the law, calling for unjustified demonstrations, incitement to violence, financing of a terrorist group and many other charges.
It is noteworthy that “Al-Azhari” was accused of the burning of the Giza Governor’s Building, the facts of which go back to the consequences of the dispersal of Rab’a and Al-Nahda, but was released in October 2016; For exceeding the statutory pre-trial detention period, which is set at a maximum of two years, he was arrested again this week on the basis of a decision by the Public Prosecutor’s Office to arrest him and submit him for investigation in a new case under investigation.
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