CAIRO, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- A Cairo court on Monday banned all activities of the Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets and funds to be seized in Egypt, the state-run Al Ahram online reported.
The court also banned the activities of the group's non- governmental organization, which was officially registered in March, and all institutions affiliated to it, according to the presiding judge.
The court ordered the formation of a panel from the cabinet to run the funds until an irrevocable court ruling on the group is issued.
Egyptian authorities has launched a crackdown against the Muslim Brotherhood since the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi by the army on July 3 in response to nationwide protests.
On Sept. 17, Egyptian prosecutors announced to freeze the assets of several senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood as part of investigations into their involvement in inciting violence against protesters.