November 14, 2018

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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…

    Myth vs. reality in pro-Morsi sit-in

    File photo of protesters at Rabaa Square.

    BY AMRO HASSAN Cairo – The rumors and fabrications targeting tens of thousands of supporters of President Mohamed Morsi, who was removed from office on July 3 by a military coup, have reached new heights of malicious creativity. Unlike in 2011, when some pro-Mubarak Egyptians went to Tahrir Square to take a closer look at what the January 25 protests were all about, few of the anti-Morsi camp have even considered approaching the Rabaa El Adaweya sit-in. Ever since the military takeover, Egyptian state and independent media networks and channels have mostly abandoned the sit-in, assuming perhaps that one day…

    Op-ed: A bitter reconciliation

    Clashes in Cairo between pro and anti-Morsi protesters were violently crushed by police leaving seven dead and over 240 injured late Monday.

    BY REHAM BARAKAT Cairo – As I write this article on a tepid Ramadan night in Cairo, I cannot help but feel that Ramadan this year does not emanate any sense of peace and tranquility. I say this as I follow news of clashes in Cairo between pro-Morsi supporters, police and exasperated members of the local community where it has been reported that last night 7 people were killed, over 200 injured and more than 400 arrested. I can already hear the voices of those who were against the June 30 protests that led to the removal of Morsi, yelling…

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


    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…

    In Pictures: Thousands at Nasr City protest


    CAIRO – A mostly Islamist protest supporting President Morsi and rejecting calls for his removal and early elections was on high alert. Groups of young men wore protective helmets and even bulletproof vests in anticipation of a possible attack on them by who they referred to as the “NDP thugs” hired by the remnants of the ousted regime. Photos by Hassan Ibrahim Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting.

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