[JURIST] An Egpytian high court sentenced leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Mohamed Badie [Washington Institute backgrounder], on Saturday to life in prison for inciting violence and protests near the al-Istiqamah Mosque in the Giza. The presiding judge, Hassan Farid, referred [Al Jazeera report] to Badie's actions as incitment "to achieve terrorist goals." Badie has previously been sentenced to death twice [JURIST report] for his acts of incitement in Giza. Reportedly, 38 other brotherhood members also received the same...

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