HEIKSTEP, Egypt (Reuters) - An Egyptian military court on Sunday sentenced to death two men found guilty of belonging to the country's largest Moslem militant group. The court, at the Heikstep military base 20 km (12 miles) west of Cairo, passed down the death sentences on Gamal Abu Rawash, a medical doctor, and Taha Abdel Razek for heading factions of the Gama'a al-Islamiya (Islamic Group) and recruiting members. The two men were sentenced along with 64 others charged with belonging to the Gama'a and with plotting to kill state officials. The military judge sentenced one man to life imprisonment and passed down 15-year jail terms to four others. He also gave out jail terms ranging from three to 10 years and acquitted 32 defendants. The trial opened on November 17, the same day members of the group shot and hacked to death 57 tourists and four Egyptians in Luxor in the bloodiest militant attack in Egypt so far. More than 1,100 people, mostly militants and policemen, have been killed since the Gama'a began an armed campaign in 1992 to transform Egypt into a purist Moslem state.