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Morsi supporters to hold 'Martyrs' million-man march Tuesday in Egypt

Supporters of deposed Islamist president Morsi plan a protest march and commemoration ceremony for those killed at Republican Guard clashes

Ahram Online, Tuesday 9 Jul 2013
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Morsi supporters'Martyrs' million-man march on Tuesday (Photo: www.ikhwanonline.com)
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Supporters of deposed president Morsi have announced that they will begin a "Martyrs" million-man march on Tuesday at noon.

The march is organised by the pro-Morsi National Alliance in Support of Legitimacy, an Islamist coalition led by the Muslim Brotherhood, who fielded Morsi for president.

The coalition will also hold a commemoration ceremony for the 51 Islamist protesters who died on Monday after clashes erupted between pro-Morsi protesters and the army in front of the Republican Guard.

Protesters demanding the return of Morsi to power have been staging a sit-in for 11 days in front of Rabaa Al-Adawiya Mosque in the densely populated suburb of Nasr City.

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a. abdurauf
10-07-2013 12:02pm
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"when the army dictates"
the Army is loved whatever it does now and they suddenly are protecting evrything and every one but where were they in the weeks before Morsy was removed. this is truly ironic.the army[generals] as it appears are not neutral.
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Chris Shipley
09-07-2013 07:55pm
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Learn, start again and do it right.
If the brotherhood alliance are serious about ruling, prospering and living peacefully, they need to accept that first time they got it wrong. They now have the opportunity to start again do it right. It helps no one to scare away the tourists or to stifle trade and business. Neither does it help condoning gangs of men to rape and abuse women who wish to protest peacefully. Too many young men only know how to kill for their cause when they have this great opportunity to rule and show their God in a light that will be respected by the all Egyptian and world. There needs to be tolerance and inclusiveness. Their focus now needs to be be finding a leader with all these qualities.
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MS Khan
10-07-2013 06:27am
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Stifling people's Voice?
On the plea of public demonstration, elected President is overthrown. Now, you advise Egyptian people not raise their voice through demonstration. Is double standard the hallmark of liberals? Why are you afraid of demonstration, which is not seeking the military intervention like those demonstrated in Tahrir against Mursi.
dean
09-07-2013 08:41pm
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R u serious?
The fact that ahram continues putting these ignorant comments while blacking out other that don't support this coup is disgusting. Go AHRAM.We are proud of you for being the hand and voice of repression!
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