The Banha Criminal Court's ruling Wednesday stems from an 2008 dispute between two Egyptian families in which one family set fire to the homes of the other family, al-Masry al-Youm reported.
A judicial source said the prison terms included a 15-year sentence to hard labor, a 10-year sentence, three five-year sentences and one three-year term.
Five other suspects were found innocent and three were released after serving their sentences while the trial proceeded.
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