Essam Sultan fined LE40,000 and ordered to pay LE30,000 damages for insulting and making 'baseless' corruption allegations against ex-PM Ahmed Shafiq.
Government will not dissolve Muslim Brotherhood until all litigation steps are exhausted.
Over 30 churches, 122 shops, and 51 houses belonging to Coptic Christians destroyed during Upper Egypt sectarian attacks, ECPPS reports.
Political violence in Egypt peaked in August which saw 557 violent incidents nationwide during the month.
Egypt's Nour Party has called on Islamist parties not to field candidates in the coming presidential elections and to instead focus on parliamentary polls.
Revolution Path Front, bringing together well-known revolutionaries, activists and writers, will work towards continuing Egypt's 2011 revolution.
Egypt would benefit most from a president who does not hail from the military.
Some liberal experts have raised concerns about whether the draft text of the constitution really supports the principle of a civil state.
Experts disagree on legal ramifications of Monday's verdict banning all activities of Egypt's 85-year-old Islamist group.
Muslim Brotherhood and its NGO banned by a court in Cairo, leaving Islamist group with no legal status.