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Ain Shams University students condemn killing of Bilal Gaber at Friday's pro-Morsi protest

Ahram Online, Saturday 12 Oct 2013
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Students at Ain Shams university protest killing of engineering student Belal Ali Saber (Photo: Al-Ahram Arabic news website
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Students at Ain Shams University gathered Saturday to protest the killing of their colleague, engineering student Bilal Gaber, in Friday clashes.

Protesters held posters of the four-finger "Rabaa" sign, with slogans that read, "As long as the student's blood is cheap there will not be university or education."

The protest was called for by the Youth Against Coup movement.

Nineteen-year-old Saber was killed as a protest in support of ousted president Mohamed Morsi approached Rabaa Al-Adawiya, the site of a pro-Morsi sit-in that was forcibly dispersed in August leaving hundreds dead.

Several protests took to the streets Friday marking 100 days since Morsi's ouster.

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12-10-2013 07:38pm
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and people wonder why Egypt is a backward country
Why is Egypt a backward country? Because the police murder Engineering nd science students because of their religosity.
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