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Judiciary

Unquestionably, Evil is what they Judge by

Unquestionably, Evil is what they Judge by

In a new precedent, never to occur before in Egypt or anywhere else in the world, the Minya Criminal Court issued a decision to refer the papers of 529 defendants to the Grand Mufti, in preparation for sentencing them to death, in the case of the attack on Matay police station in Minya. If executed, this would be the largest case of mass execution in the world. In the Nuremberg trials, which are the most famous of the modern history, in which twenty-four of the Nazi leadership war criminals who have caused in the murder of millions, were tried, death sentences were only issued on 12 of the accused, while some were acquitted and others were sentenced to prison.

 

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