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Security disperse small 6 April anti-Mubarak rally in Mohandiseen

Protest in Sphinx Square in Mohandiseen against Mubarak acquittal verdict dispersed by police

Ahram Online , Friday 5 Dec 2014
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Security forces dispersed an anti-Mubarak rally organised by the April 6 Youth Movement and other revolutionary movement in Mohandiseen on Friday, protesting the recent dropping of charges against former president Hosni Mubarak.

Nearly 50 protesters from held a rally near Sphinx Square in the Giza neighbourhood, chanting against ousted president Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood and the military regime. 

The rally was dispersed shortly after it began by security forces. Several protesters were arrested. 

April 6 along other revolutionary movements like the Revolutionary Socialists announced earlier this week that they would organise demonstrations on Friday against the Mubarak verdict. 

Last Saturday a Cairo criminal court decided to drop charges against Mubarak of killing protesters,

The court also acquitted former interior minister Habib El-Adly and six of his top aides of charges of killing protesters.

Mubarak was also acquitted of corruption charges in the verdict. 

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