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Brotherhood member killed in Damanhour clashes with anti-Morsi protesters
The Muslim Brotherhood’s political party says one of its members was killed in the ongoing clashes with anti-Brotherhood protesters in the Nile Delta city of Damanhour (VIDEO)
Ahram Online, Sunday 25 Nov 2012
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Brotherhood member killed in Damanhour clashes
Brotherhood member Islam Fathi who was killed on Sunday (Photo: FJP official Facebook page)

The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) said on Sunday one of the Muslim Brotherhood youth was killed in clashes against the Islamist group’s foes in the Nile Delta city of Damanhour.

“Islam Fathi Masoud was martyred and 60 were injured in an attack on the Muslim Brotherhood’s headquarters with no presence from police forces,” the FJP said on its official Facebook page.

Islam Fathi, a middle school student, was 15 years old.

The clashes between Brotherhood and anti-Brotherhood forces in Damanhour broke out on Saturday evening and left 26 injured, and re-erupted on Sunday evening in Saea Square leading to Fathi's death.

Earlier on Sunday evening, some 1,500 members of the Muslim Brotherhood had organised a rally at the groups headquarters in the square in support of President Mohamed Morsi's controversial Constitutional Declaration.

Anti-Brotherhood protesters who oppose the president's constitutional decrees reportedly clashed with Morsi supporters and the two sides hurled rocks at one at one another amid complete absence of security forces.

Anti-Brotherhood protesters reportedly attacked the Brotherhood demonstration with Molotov cocktails and rocks. The Islamist group responded with rocks and truncheons.

Damanhour is widely regarded to be a Brotherhood stronghold.

A number of attacks on Muslim Brotherhood headquarters have taken place in several cities in the country since the declaration was announced on Thursday.

More clashes in Damanhour (Youtube)



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mumby
27-11-2012 09:32am
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Be realistic
Even in the west they control media about Al-Qaida,and the groups they call Terrorist.Western media work for western interest.It is odd Muslim media serving western interest and adopt western values.Sometimes limited rules are needed.
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ali
26-11-2012 03:04pm
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media
I hope morsi give the media back to the people of egypt like he is giving the mubarak judiciary back to the people!
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Sajjad Saleem
26-11-2012 01:56pm
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Secular Fascits Responsible
This is a frustration of secularists, because they could not get the people's support in elections. Now, they are using such means to gain the power.
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khalid
26-11-2012 08:27am
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Liberal fascism
Your heading would have been totally different if liberls were attacked or any Mursi supporter would have been killed...Why dont called it liberal fascism..? why dont you write Liberals or Anti Mursi terorist attacked on Mursi supporters..? I reckon Egypt need cleaning of Media and Judiciary from remanants of old regime to achieve the goals of revevlution.
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Norhan
26-11-2012 07:32am
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Selfish politicians
who called for a protest in Mohamed.Mahmoud and let it go violent for a week and did not condemn violence are the real killers for Jecka and who called for a protest against Morsi on Friday and let protesters thugs burn building for MB and and did not condemn are responsible for the second Martyr .Very sad that political leaders do not mind anything happens even unite with old regime members for a chance for reelection and get the chair back .Egypt economy is falling and they do not mind Go make a survey between Egyptians and you will know that most Egyptians agree on Morsi decision
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Selma Ibrahim, Cairo
25-11-2012 10:07pm
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This is the outcome of media incitement
Those who attack and burn the headqurters and offices of the Brotherhood are murderous criminals and Zionist agents.
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Nora
25-11-2012 10:03pm
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Paid Thugs, what else??
May Allah grants his family and friends patience. The felouls and their happy new friends are paying thugs to kill and derail any steps that Morsi takes to stabilize the country. Few weeks ago, they sexually violated a French TV reporter during their demonstration. We need to outlaw the practice of paying others to do our dirty work.
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