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Morsi loyalists storm Abbasiya Hospital for Mental illnesses

The protesters also blocked Salah Salem boulevard in both directions

Ahram Online , Friday 19 Jul 2013
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Morsi supporters on hospital grounds (Photo: Ahram)
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Tens of Morsi loyalists have stormed Friday the Abbasiya Hospital for Mental illnesses, climbing through the fences before setting camp in the hospital's garden.

The move comes after roughly five thousand pro-Morsi protesters, according to Ahram Arabic Website, blocked the Salah Salem road in both directions near the Abbasiya Hospital, causing the traffic to come to a standstill.

Pictures of storming the hospital grounds have been circulating the social media websites by passengers in grounded vehicles. 

Morsi supporters have staged different marches across Cairo and some Egyptian governorates to demand that deposed president Morsi be reinstated.

Morsi was removed on 3 July after popular street protests nationwide demanded his resignation. 

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Komorek
21-07-2013 05:23pm
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Events in Egypt as seen from Poland
Probably Egypt is divided into those who want democracy and those who want progress. In Poland it is clear. People do not want progress. Just to live to death. This is why here are no such riots. It looks like in Egypt there are tensions between two groups. Some want progress and a strong country like Chinese attitude others stand for Polish version of democracy.
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john
21-07-2013 01:58pm
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egyption publics want back morsi not sisi
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john
21-07-2013 01:58pm
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egyption publics want back morsi not sisi
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