CAIRO – One of many sons of Egypt’s jailed former president Mohamed Morsi was launched on bail Wednesday hours after he was arrested for belonging to a banned group and spreading ‘pretend information’, a judicial supply mentioned.
Abdullah Morsi, the youngest son of the imprisoned Islamist president, was arrested at daybreak however was freed by the prosecutor on bail of 5,000 kilos (240 euros).
His brother, Ahmed advised media that the law enforcement officials didn’t current a warrant for the arrest and mentioned they had been taking Abdullah for questioning.
Abdullah Morsi, the youngest of Morsi’s 5 youngsters, gave an interview to the Related Press information company earlier this month, complaining that his household has solely been allowed to go to his father thrice in 5 years.
‘Jail authorities had failed to offer the previous president with adequate medical look after diabetes and hypertension,’ he decried.
The 67-year-old Morsi grew to become Egypt’s first freely elected chief in 2012, however was overthrown by the army a 12 months later and imprisoned following main protests in opposition to his rule; he faces the loss of life penalty.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s regime has led a crackdown in opposition to Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood motion, which it views as a terrorist organisation.
One other son of the deposed president, Ossama Morsi, was arrested in 2016 for “incitement to violence” and is in jail.