World Bulletin / News Desk
30 alleged members of the Muslim Brotherhood, 10 Emiratis and 20 Egyptians, will face the Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi tomorrow after being accused of secretly establishing a branch for the Muslim Brotherhood organisation in the UAE. six will be tried in absentia as their whereabouts are unknown.
Judicial sources told UAE's Ittihad newspaper that there was a connection between the suspects and members of a secret organisation that were convicted last July.
The group has been accused to raising funds for the banned organization and also posting photos of a UAE security institution. They were monitored providing logistical support for the headquarters in Egypt and other branches, as well as recruiting new members and sending donations.
This coincides with the beginning of the trial of Mohamed Morsi, the ousted Egyptian president and prominent Muslim Brotherhood member in Egypt.
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