Mohamed Morsi leader of Egypt’s terrorist organization passes away in court


Cairo – Mohamed Morsi the leader of Egypt’s banned terrorist organization passed away in the court on Monday after he had fainted, state television reported.

Morsi was a leading figure of banned terrorist organization Muslim Brotherhood or Ikhwanul-Muslimeen.

He was elected after ousting the long-serving president Hosni Mubarak. However, Morsi couldn’t sustain his Government due to unfulfilled promises, hence Egyptians protested against his regime.

He was arrested after a military coup by Abdulfattah al-Sisi who ably took control of the deteriorating Egyptian economy, and sent Morsi for a seven-year sentence for falsifying his candidacy application for the 2012 presidential race.

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