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Acting Ameer condemns death penalty against 13 Muslim Brotherhood leaders including Mohammed Badie; draws the attention of the world community
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Acting Ameer of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami, Maqbul Ahmed has issued the following statement on 18th March, 2015 expressing deep concern over the death penalty that has been handed down against 13 prominent personnel of Egypt including Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohammed Badie.
“Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is a worldwide recognized Islamic organization. This 86 year long historical party has been playing significant role to establish democracy, rule of law and human rights in Egypt. The people of Egypt supported their creative and constructive activities massively and in the last parliament election, they had overwhelmingly casted votes for Muslim Brotherhood. Subsequently, Dr. Mohamed Morsi, became the first ever elected President of Egypt. But regrettably, the military chief of the country ousted him and decreed military law in the country.
After taking over the state office, the military ruler banned Muslim Brotherhood without any cause and started inhuman torture and oppression against the leaders and activists of this organization. As a part of same oppression and to destroy Muslim Brotherhood, death penalty has been handed down against 13 prominent personnel of Egypt including Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohammed Badie. Earlier, 6 top senior leaders of Muslim Brotherhood had been unlawfully executed following a farcical trial. But even after doing all these things, Islamic ideologies cannot be removed from the nation. Rather the people of Egypt became more and more sympathetic towards Islam and Islamic ideology.
I am urging all the international forums including United Nations, human rights forums, Muslim world and the peace loving people around the globe to raise voice against the torture and suppression of the military ruler, the farcical trial and the conspiracy to hand Mohammed Badie and other senior leaders of Muslim Brotherhood. 
I am calling upon the Egyptian government to stop the conspiracy to kill all the top leaders of Muslim Brotherhood including its chief Mohammed Badie and to release them immediately.”