November 22, 2017

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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…

    Scores killed as MOI denies using live shots

    Outside Zeinhom morgue crowds wheel in one of the victims of deadly police violence near the Rabaa mosque sit-in Saturday morning. (Photo by Hassan Ibrahim)

    CAIRO – Tens of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi were killed in confrontations with security forces close to the site of a month-long massive sit-in, as the interior minister denies the police had “ever” shot any protesters. According to Al Jazeera, the exact death toll from Saturday’s violence was not immediately clear, the health ministry has put the figure at 60 killed so far, based on the number of bodies received at the morgue. However, doctors at the field hospital in Nasr City, where the pro-Morsi supporters have been gathering at the Rabaah Al-Adaweya Mosque, have put the number as…

    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…

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