The court also upheld the prison sentences against 293 defendants, including 32 for life, for their conviction in the same case.
The previous criminal ruling included the punishment of 29 defendants with 15 years in prison, 81 with 5 years in hard labor, 117 with 3 years in hard labor, 36 with 7 years in hard labor, in addition to 32 life sentences.
The judgment also included the acquittal of the accused and the expiration of the criminal case for the accused for his death, and the ruling that a juvenile accused had no jurisdiction and referred to the Child Court.
The prosecution attributed to the defendants in the case accusations of assassinating 3 judges in Arish in a microbus, and targeting the residence of the judges supervising the parliamentary elections in North Sinai in a hotel, which resulted in the killing of two judges, 4 policemen and a citizen.
The prosecution directed the defendants to monitor and target the 101st Brigade in North Sinai with mortar shells several times, and plant explosive devices on the road to Al-Arish airport targeting armored vehicles of the armed forces and the police as they passed the road, and targeting each of the third division of Al-Arish using a car bomb driven by the suicide bomber Ahmed Hassan Ibrahim Mansour, and the administration of Al-Arish security forces in a car Explosives, the Civil Protection building, the Electricity Company in Arish, and the theft of their movables.
It also attributed to the defendants monitoring and planning to assassinate Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi twice, the first in Mecca during the performance of Umrah and the second in Egypt.