UAE court adjourns hearing on Muslim Brotherhood case

The State Security Circuit of the United Arab Emirates` (UAE) Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi, presided over by Judge Mohammed al-Jarrah al-Tunaiji, Tuesday held its third session of the trial of a Muslim Brotherhood cell.

Abu Dhabi: The State Security Circuit of the United Arab Emirates` (UAE) Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi, presided over by Judge Mohammed al-Jarrah al-Tunaiji, Tuesday held its third session of the trial of a Muslim Brotherhood cell.

The court heard the public prosecution during Tuesday`s session and decided at the end of the session to adjourn the hearing until Dec 10 to hear the defence lawyers of the suspects.

Twenty-two suspects appeared before the court in the presence of three lawyers, 18 representatives of the media and seven civil society organisations - two from the Emirates Human Rights Association and five from Emirates Jurists Association.
Also, 22 relatives of the accused attended the trial as well as a representative from the Egyptian Embassy.