(Corrects number of other Islamists charged to 35)
CAIRO, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Egypt's public prosecutor ordered former President Mohamed Mursi and 35 other Islamists to stand trial on charges including conspiring with foreign organisations to commit terrorist acts in Egypt and divulging military secrets to a foreign state.
In a statement, the prosecutor said that Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood had committed acts of violence and terrorism in Egypt and prepared a "terrorist plan" that included an alliance with the Palestinian group Hamas and Lebanon's Hezbollah.
Mursi is already standing trial for inciting violence during protests outside the presidential palace a year ago when he was still in office. He was deposed in July by the army following mass protests against his rule.
(Reporting by Shadia Nasralla and Tom Perry; Editing by Michael Georgy, John Stonestreet)