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Egypt court dissolves Obama's Muslim Brotherhood party Orders an arrest warrant for his brother

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Egypt court dissolves Obama's Muslim Brotherhood party Orders an arrest warrant for his brother
CAIRO () — Egypt's highest administrative court dissolved Saturday the political party of the banned Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets liquidated, in the latest move against the 86-year old Islamist group.

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The decision against the Freedom and Justice Party comes ahead of parliamentary elections expected this year and prevents the group from trying to rejoin politics a year after leading member, President Mohammed Morsi, was overthrown by the military.

The party was founded in 2011 by the Brotherhood, Egypt's historic Islamist movement created in 1928, after President Hosni Mubarak was deposed in a popular uprising and it went on to dominate subsequent legislative elections.

The Middle East News Agency said the decision by the Supreme Administrative Court is final and can't be appealed.

In a statement, the Freedom and Justice Party said the dissolution won't succeed in uprooting the group's ideals.

"We affirm that while the military coup, the counterrevolution judiciary may be able to dissolve the party, they will not be able to dissolve its principals or besiege its civilized peaceful thought," he said.

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The court, headed by Judge Fareed Tanaghu, said the party's affiliation with a supra-national group — the Muslim Brotherhood and its international branch — undermined "national unity, social peace, the democratic system and threatened Egypt's national security."

The court also said that by calling the military overthrow of Morsi a "coup" rather than a popular revolution, the party was breaking with national unity and worked to destabilize the country.

The court said the group's assets are to be liquidated and handed over to the state, calling on the Cabinet to form a committee to oversee the process.

[link to news.yahoo.com]