National Security investigators have alleged 13 Muslim Brotherhood leaders are responsible for the clashes that took place in Giza in mid-August, as well as a fire at a government building, al-Masry al-Youm reported.
Prosecutors have accused Badie, as well as former Member of Parliament Gamal al-Ashry and former Manpower Minister Khaled al-Azhary, of joining a terrorism group, intimidating citizens and inciting the burning down of buildings.
The three defendants have denied the charges.
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