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Egyptian Islamists call for Friday protest over 'military coup'
Pro-Morsi Islamist alliance calls for peaceful protests against Morsi's ousting
AFP and Ahram Online, Thursday 4 Jul 2013
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An alliance of Islamist parties and movements including ousted president Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood has called for "peaceful protests" on Friday to denounce the military's overthrow of the Islamist president.

The National Alliance to Support Legitimacy called for "peaceful protests on Friday in all of Egypt's provinces to denounce the military coup against legitimacy and in support of the legitimacy of President Morsi."

The alliance hosted a press conference in the Rabaa on Thursday afternoon, at which the planned protests were announced.

A statement posted on the Muslim Brotherhood's official website, Ikhwanweb, also on Thursday, read: "We call on demonstrators to show restraint and commitment to peacefulness. We denounce repressive practices of the police state which have already included killings, arrests, restrictions on freedom of the media and closure of TV channels."

 





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Gizz
05-07-2013 10:22am
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No one expects the Egyptian peoples to act like this blindly, it is arrogant behavior. How can any one blamed for not avoiding 30 years old dictatorial dirty problems of Mubarak within One year??? Yo are Killing your hope, your democracy, your country. You are making yourself cheap puppets of America & Israel!!
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Gizz
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No one expects the Egyptian peoples to act like this blindly, it is arrogant behavior. How can any one blamed for not avoiding 30 years old dictatorial dirty problems of Mubarak within One year??? Yo are Killing your hope, your democracy, your country. You are making yourself cheap puppets of America & Israel!!
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Jim Sulton
04-07-2013 10:26pm
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Long Live Egypt!
We support the Egyptian people who are among the best on the face of the earth. May true democracy come soon along with economic development and growth so that poverty is reduced, education is free and accessible to all and the people thrive.
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Farid A.Wahab
04-07-2013 08:26pm
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The so called legitimacy of the Muslim Brotherhood
Do to others as you wish others to do you !.What the Muslim Brotherhood did to all Egyptians (peoples and country )in one single year exceeded the damages that were inflicted to the Nation in four wars with Israel. After all they call themselves Muslims !!!.What an irony. Learn from the History of Islam as all others :placing the mask no matter how perfect it is bound to fall... Thank You Farid
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