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Ex-presidential candidate injured in violence at Brotherhood HQ
Egyptian leftist lawyer Khaled Ali suffers dislocated shoulder as he took part in protests against Muslim Brotherhood
Ahram Online, Friday 22 Mar 2013
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Ex-presidential candidate Khaled Ali (Photo: News.S.N.N77f facebook page)

 

Former presidential candidate Khaled Ali was injured on Friday as he took part in protests against the Muslim Brotherhood at the Islamist group's headquarters in Cairo's Mokattam district.
 
Ali, a prominent leftist lawyer, sustained a shoulder injury and was hospitalised shortly afterwards. According to the Ahram Arabic news website, Ali was injured after trying to end a fight that had broken out. 
 
He was released from hospital later in the day after receiving treatment.
 
Clashes erupted on Friday between Brotherhood supporters and opponents near the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters. Rocks flew between both sides in the nearby streets, with reports of injuries.
 
Earlier, protesters had already started gathering for 'Friday of Restoring Dignity' demonstrations at the headquarters in the hilly Cairo suburb to demonstrate against the Islamist group, while Brotherhood members and supporters formed human chains around the building to protect it from any possible attacks.




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abdulrahman
26-03-2013 04:43am
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Al Ahram Now Is The Same As Under Mubarak
al Ahram ideology and actions are still the same as under when Mubarak was President. This news media needs a thorough overhaul to bring independence into its journalism.
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Manchester Man
22-03-2013 07:42pm
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what?
Whoa, so the man raids a party's office and we should feel sorry for him because he dislocated his shoulder? lol
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medo
23-03-2013 12:17am
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really?
Nobody raided anyone's office! People were protesting 1/2 a kilometer away!
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Ibrahim Izzat
22-03-2013 07:22pm
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Communist government in Egypt?
Leftists should seek to establish a Communist kingdom in Russia or China or elsewhere, not in Egypt. Egypt is a Muslim country.
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Almisry
22-03-2013 05:45pm
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Brotherhood restrains enemy of democracy/islam
It can only be right that MB protects herself from these thugs. Why attack a political party office? Should BH over run NSF offices and homes ? They can do it in ten second. NSF should direct her failures to the homes of NSF leaders and Mubarak in his cell.
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