A Brotherhood cell handed over to Egypt by Sudan. Investigations begin

After Cairo received 21 fugitive Brotherhood members, Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath sources reported that an Egyptian security delegation supervised the process of handing over Sudan to wanted Brotherhood members, noting that among the wanted men were elements of the “Hasm” terrorist movement.

She added that the Egyptian authorities have started investigations with the elements who were handed over to Cairo from Khartoum.

Al-Arabiya Net sources had revealed that the elements participated in clashes with Sudanese intelligence officers in the Jabra area, south of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, when the intelligence raided their dens in the area.

Attempted bombing near the Suez Canal

Violent clashes took place at the time, which resulted in the killing of 5 Sudanese officers, while leaders of the organization were arrested, which were later found to have Egyptian citizenship. They are two men and two women, all of whom were leaders of the Brotherhood’s specific committees.

The sources also indicated that among the elements, Akram Abdel-Badi’ Ahmed Mahmoud, who was sentenced to death in absentia in Egypt for being convicted of attempting to bomb near the Suez Canal in 2009.

He was also accused in what was known as the Mansoura Organization case, which caused the bombing of the Dakahlia Security Directorate in 2013, which resulted in the killing of 16 people.

In this case, Akram Abdel-Badi, who was ranked 21st in the case, was accused of providing the organization’s elements with financial aid collected from donations and zakat funds.

Among them are children

In addition, the sources reported that among the names are Issam Abdel-Jaid Diab Sayed, Muhammad Ibrahim and his sons, and a few children under the age of twelve. revealed this Sunday morning that the Sudanese authorities handed over 21 fugitive Brotherhood members residing on its lands to Egypt.

It is noteworthy that a major blow was dealt to the Brotherhood last January, when the Egyptian authorities were able to arrest Hossam Salam, the leader of the “Hasm” movement and founder of the movement, before he fled to Turkey.