April 21, 2014

فيديو مصر بعد الانقلاب

مصر بعد الانقلاب

فكرة ومونتاج وجرافيك – رانيا المالكي – اشرف قدري – حسين عزام أكثر من ستين عامًا من الحكم العسكري في مصر بدت على وشك الانتهاء في فبراير 2011 عقب انتفاضة شعبية استمرت ثمانية عشر يومًا انتهت بالإطاحة بحسني مبارك الذي حكم طوال ثلاثة عقود. الأشهر المضطربة التي تلت بلغت ذروتها في أول انتخابات رئاسية ديمقراطية في يونيو 2012، وأسفرت عن فوز أول رئيس للبلاد بإرادة شعبية حرة. تم عزل الرئيس محمد مرسي بعد مواجهة ضارية مع الدولة العميقة المعادية ووسائل الإعلام التابعة للنظام القديم، عن طريق انقلاب عسكري وبعد ثلاثة أيام من الاحتجاجات ضده في ذكرى السنة الأولى من وجوده…

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شهداء مصر: أحداث و أرقام

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تصميم وتنفيذ: حسين عزام ـ اشرف قدري. هذا الملف هو حصر لأ‘عداد وأسماء المتوفين في مختلف الأحداث بالفترة ما بين 8 يوليو وحتي 19 أغسطس بناءً على المعلومات المجمعة من قبل نشطاء وحقوقيون في هذا الموقع. في أعقاب الإنقلاب العسكري الذي أطاح بأول رئيس منتخب في إستحقاق ديمقراطي وحر، إنتشر العنف والفوضى في جميع أنحاء مصر على الرغم من الإنطباع السائد بأن الإعتراض على الإنقلاب كان مقصوراً على مجموعات محدوده في القاهرة والجيزة. الحقيقة التي تكشفها أعداد الضحايا من الدلتا إلى الصعيد، في أسوان والبحيرة ومرسى مطروح والمنيا والدقهلية والعديد من محافظات مصر هي أن مقاومة الإنقلاب وعنف قوات الأمن في…

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In Pictures: Nation-wide anti-coup rallies, 6 dead

Anti-coup protesters in Nasr City on August 30. (Photo by Hassan Ibrahim)

CAIRO – Thousands of anti-coup protesters joined nation-wide marches after Friday prayers on a day dubbed by the Muslim Brotherhood “The People Reclaim their Revolution” despite warnings by police Thursday that it will continue to use live fire “in legitimate self-defense.” According to news reports, the health ministry said six people had been killed on Friday in fighting between protesters and local residents, including one in Port Said. Morsi’s supporters said that another person was also killed in Zagazig, Sharqiya province. Otherwise the marches were relatively peaceful, except for some clashes in Cairo’s Mohandiseen area at Mostafa Mahmoud Square where police fired…

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In Pictures: Rabaa protesters unfazed by scorching heat

Rabaa protester's T-shirt says: "I'm not a terrorist, I'm a Muslim and I love my country"

CAIRO – Despite the sweltering Cairo heat where temperatures reached 40 degrees Celsius, anti-coup, pro-Morsi protesters pressed ahead with their 30-day sit-in at Rabaa El-Adaweya Mosque in Nasr City. On Friday dubbed “overturning the coup” tens of marches started all over the city to descend upon Islamists’ ground zero with renewed determination to stay the course in defiance of a veiled threat by de facto ruler and Defense Minister Abdel Fattah El Sisi to violently disperse Islamists’ sit-ins in Nasr City, Nahda Square and elsewhere in Egypt, under the pretext of fighting terrorism. All photos by Hassan Ibrahim. Click here…

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In Pictures: Protesters at Higher Judicial Council

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CAIRO – One day following the publication of a front-page report by Egypt’s leading state-owned newspaper Al Ahram claiming that President Morsi was ordered remanded in custody for 15 days by the Prosecutor General, his supporters staged a massive protest in front of the Higher Judicial Council. Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically-elected civilian president, was removed by military coup and has been held incommunicado at an undisclosed location since July 3. The news has since been denied, but Morsi’s whereabouts are yet to be revealed. In a press conference on Monday, Morsi’s family accused the army of abducting their father and…

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In Pictures: Tens of thousands protest to “break the coup”

Protesters at Rabaa Mosque hold up a poster in memory of the victims of the Republican Guards massacre, where military and police killed 51 protesters in an  unprovoked attack on July 8.

CAIRO – Tens of thousands of protesters flooded Egypt’s streets and squares on Friday dubbed “Breaking the Coup” to demand the reinstatement of President Mohamed Morsi, who was removed by a military coup on July 3 and has been held incommunicado at an undisclosed location ever since. The massive protests crown two weeks of bloody confrontations between Morsi loyalists and the army, which on July 8 used excessive, unprovoked violence against peaceful, unarmed protesters near the Republican Guards building, killing at least 51 and wounding hundreds, according to a report by Human Rights Watch.  The rallies come a day after…

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In Pictures: Egyptians wait in anticipation for Army speech

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CAIRO – Anti-Morsi protesters in Tahrir Square and Ittihadiya Palace waited in anticipation for the decision of the supreme military council, as the 48-hour ultimatum it gave the president approached its final hour. A jubilant, celebratory mood pervaded both areas as leaks from unnamed military sources implied that President Morsi was practically besieged.  All photos by Hassan Ibrahim. Click here to open the gallery.

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In Pictures: Anger lingers at Nahda Square after night of deadly clashes

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CAIRO – Late afternoon at Nahda Square, in the vicinity of Cairo University where tens of thousands of pro-Morsi protesters filled the area, men and women were angry and defiant following a night of deadly clashes. According to the health ministry, 16 people were killed and over 200 injured late Tuesday. Conflicting reports abound of how the clashes started, with Islamist TV channel Misr 25 claiming that all 16 victims were pro-Morsi protesters who were gunned down by “thugs” on Bein El Sarayat Street.  A counter claim alleges that it was the Islamists who began attacking neighborhood residents who were provoking them…

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In Pictures: At Palace, masses demand Morsi’s removal

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CAIRO: In an unprecedented scene of mass mobilization in front of the Ittihadiya Presidential Palace, tens of thousands of protesters gathered to chant in unison against Egypt’s first freely elected president as he barely completes one year in office. Spurred by a three-month old grassroots signature campaign, Tamarod, which demanded a withdrawal of confidence from President Morsi, ho hails from the Muslim Brotherhood, and holding early elections, Egyptians flooded squares all over the country, in what some say are protests that far exceeded their counterparts in 2011. Across the city in Tahrir Square, tens of thousands were making similar demands,…

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In Pictures: Phenomenal numbers flood into Tahrir Square

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CAIRO – In a scene reminiscent of the 18 days of the January 2011 uprising, Tahrir Square, the epicenter of protests that ousted Egypt’s 30-year dictator Mubarak only two and a half years ago, has once more been transformed into a hotbed of protest action. Tens of thousands descended upon the iconic city center demanding the removal of President Morsi, whose single year in office has been fraught with consistent power and fuel crises, rising prices and unprecedented political polarization. All photos by Hassan Ibrahim. Click here to open the gallery.

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