Egypt court releases full ruling in Al-Jazeera English case

The  case  has long been criticized by press freedom advocates and others.

The ruling, published by the state news agency MENA, says the three men — Canadian national Mohammed Fahmy, Australian journalist Peter Greste and Egyptian producer Baher Mohammed — were by default members the banned Muslim Brotherhood group, which Egyptian authorities consider a terrorist organization.

Report: Egypt's ousted president refusing prison food

The state-run MENA news agency reported Morsi made the comments at a court hearing Saturday. He requested permission to receive outside food and described the prison food as "a crime committed against his rights."

MENA said the former president added that he was diabetic and that he was suffering from low-blood sugar. It said Morsi requested to meet with a medical team.

The judge said he would allow Morsi's defense team to meet with their client.