January 18, 2019

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  • In Pictures: Calm in Ittihadiya as protesters file in

    CAIRO – The vicinity of Ittihadiya Palace, the official seat of the presidency in Cairo’s Heliopolis neighborhood, was calm as anti-Morsi protesters slowly filed in to prepare for what many have dubbed a decisive day in Egypt’s troubled transition to democracy. In the meantime the President has moved to Kobba Palace, according to a foreign press center circular inviting correspondents to a 5 pm press conference. For weeks, grassroots anti-Morsi campaign Tamarod has been gearing up for this day where they plan to demand President Morsi’s resignation and early elections, backed by their alleged collection of over 22 million signatures…

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    In Pictures: Selections from Tahrir, Ittihadiya, Nasr City

    CAIRO – On the last Friday before planned June 30 mass rallies called for by grassroots Tamarod (Rebellion) campaign demanding early presidential elections, pro and anti-Morsi protestors flexed their muscles with coordinated street action across the nation. In Tahrir Square, where throngs of anti-Morsi protesters converged and have started a sit-in, and in Nasr City at Rabaa El Adaweyya Mosque Square, where their opponents congregated in the tens of thousands, the day went by in peace. But parallel protests in Alexandria, where two were killed during clashes between both sides – one of them and American who was stabbed to death…

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    In Pictures: Pro-Syria protest in Cairo

    CAIRO: Following a fiery sermon by controversial Saudi Arabian cleric Sheikh Mohamed Al-Arifi on Friday June 14 at Amr Ibn El Aas mosque, thousands of Mulsim worshippers chanted against the murderous regime of Bashaar Al-Asad. The protest ended in a charity drive to support Syrian refugees in Egypt. (Photos by Hassan Ibrahim) Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting.

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    In Pictures: Culture Ministry protest continues

    CAIRO – For over a week, a motley crew of writers, filmmakers, activists and anti-Muslim Brotherhood protesters have been occupying the Culture Ministry and the area surrounding it in Zamalek, barring the recently-appointed Minister Alaa Abdel Aziz from entry. Their sit-in was triggered by the dismissal of five senior ministry officials last month, which protesters claim is part of a bigger “conspiracy” to “Brotherhoodize” the institution and change the face of Egyptian culture. Abdel Aziz denies the accusations and says that he is purging the ministry from corrupt officials and decades of mismanagement. On Tuesday, supporters of the minister staged…

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    In Pictures: Protesters call for early elections

    Cairo – Several thousand protesters converged in marches to Tahrir Square on May 17 spurred by the ‘Tamarod’ (Rebellion) campaign. The grassroots  movement aims to withdraw confidence from Egypt’s elected President Mursi and bring about early elections. They have claimed to have collected 2 million signatures so far, but are targeting 15 million by the end of June to mark one year of Mursi’s term in office. Islamist leaders have criticized the campaign as “illogical”. According to several news reports, former Freedom and Justice Party MP and leading member of the party Mohamed El-Beltagy said : “I call on the…

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    In Pictures: Violent clashes mar anti-judiciary protest

    Thousands of protesters belonging to Islamist parties, led by the ruling Freedom and Justice, gathered in front of Egypt’s Supreme Court to demand a purge of the judiciary in a scene that descended into chaos as they clashed with anti-Islamists, hurling stones and firing buckshot and Molotovs at each other, leaving over 100 wounded. Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting.  

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    Morsi wins, Tahrir euphoric

    BY FARAH SAAFAN Cairo: With roaring cheers, ecstatic dancing and tears of joy, thousands of Egyptians in Tahrir Square celebrated the victory of Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate and now Egypt’s 1st post Mubarak president. Morsi, who ran against Ahmed Shafik, Mubarak’s last prime minister, is Egypt’s fifth president and the first civilian to hold the top post, giving Egyptians more reasons to celebrate. If you can’t see the video, please click here.

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    A Shafik stronghold

    BY FARAH SAAFAN Menufiya: Clapping and cheering, supporters of Hosni Mubarak’s last prime minister and now a presidential candidate, danced to the rhythm of a popular chant “The People Want Ahmed Shafik.” In Menufiya, ousted president Mubarak’s hometown, Shafik is the leading contender in Egypt’s divisive presidential runoff. If you can’t see the video, please click here.

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    Boycott or white vote?

    BY FARAH SAAFAN Cairo: With the results of the first round, Egyptians found themselves trapped in what was dubbed “the worst case scenario”. Choosing between Mubarak’s last Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik and the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate Mohamed Morsi. The third option for many was to either boycott or invalidate their votes. If you can’t see the video, please click here.  

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    Anger at Mubarak verdict

    BY FARAH SAAFAN Cairo: The celebrations of the families of martyrs killed during the January uprising were short-lived when, within minutes of the announcement of Mubarak’s life sentence, the scene outside the court changed from tears of joy to screams of anger. Mubarak’s two sons, his security chief and six aids were acquitted of all charges. If you can’t see the video, click here.

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