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VIDEO: 'Third Square' activists against military and Brotherhood rule
Jul
29

In Sphinx Square in Mohandessin, protesters gather to show their dismay at both military and brotherhood rule calling for the revolution's original demands: bread, freedom and social justice

On Sunday evening after people broke their Ramadan fasts, a hundred or so activists gathered in Sphinx sqaure, which they dub as the "Third Square" expressing their dismay at the military patronage over the state, while the at same time affirming they are  against the Muslim Brotherhood rule.

The event was organised by a new group the "Third Square" and many of Cairo's political activists participated including members of the Revolutionary Socialists, April 6 Youth and others.

Video by Rowan El Shimi

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