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Sunday, July 28, 2013

The Muslim Brotherhood stoop to 66 dead among the supporters of Mursi

Another bloody sunrise in Cairo At least 66 people died and 700 were injured in clashes between police and supporters of former Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi that have continued during the early hours of Saturday near the camp for a month to keep the Islamists in the Medinat Cairo neighborhood of Nasser. According to their data, another 61 people are clinically deadAlthough the Muslim Brotherhood initially spoke of 200 dead and 4,000 wounded, finally Brotherhood spokesman, Ahmed Aref, reduced the figure. The Ministry of Health has acknowledged the deaths of 65 protesters and wounded 239. The incident erupted when security forces tried to break the Mursi acolytes sitting blocking the October 6th Bridge , a road that crosses the center of the Egyptian capita, and disperse the crowd who gathered near the memorial of the Unknown Soldier , a few meters from the camp that the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafi allies (sticklers) have on the Adauiya Rabea mosque. According to the Brotherhood, around the camp were attacked by 'baltagueya' (goons) and police shortly before dawn prayers .Tear gas and live ammunition. However, the Egyptian Ministry of Interior has defended, meanwhile, the performance of the police in clashes and ensured that officers used tear gas only. Said department spokesman, Hany Abdellatif, said in a video released by the ministry that "all the forces responsible for maintaining order in demonstrations or riots do not use other weapons than tear gas."  In a press conference, Interior Minister, Mohamed Ibrahim , said that both the Islamists remain camped in Cairo soon be lifted "within the law" . The government has denied any role in the death of dozens of supporters of the former president. "Police have used tear gas more", he explained a spokesman for Interior. Violence originated just a few hours after the minister announced that the Islamists would be dispersed camping "soon and legally" . On television, Mansur Adli interim president also urged related to Mursi to abandon the protest and return home. The bloodbath was prolonged for hours and hospital collapsed the Islamist demonstration. "By the way, it has not stopped yet. Police even shoot the peaceful protesters as some die appear from the camp" , warned this morning Brotherhood spokesman Gehad Haddad while spreading the images of bloodied bodies and nervous crowd that filled the field hospital of the sitting. "They're not shooting to wound.'re Shooting to kill," added the spokesman. "Gunshot wounds are head and chest." According to hospital staff, the center is enabled in the overflow camping and urgently needs doctors, medicines and medical equipment.Witnesses reported that police used tear gas and live ammunition against protesters. Yesterday, tens of thousands of people gathered in several cities of Egypt in rival protests called by the army and the Islamists. The commander in chief of the armed forces to Sisi Abdelfattah called for a "popular mandate" so that police and military to confront "terrorism and violence" . In addition, the court ordered custody for 15 days against former President Mohamed Mursi for conspiring with Islamist movement Hamas, perpetrating "hostile actions against the country", murder and kidnapping policemen and prisoners and engineering the prison assault of Wadi al Nat. Violence also hit Alexandria , where clashes between supporters and opponents of Mursi left at least six dead and over a hundred injured . The armed forces launched a 48-hour ultimatum to the Islamists that expires this Saturday. requires Army coup contrary to join in "the ranks of the nation" and supporting the transition process . The military establishment had warned that harden their strategy after protests on Friday. The rival demonstrations are leaving a trail of violence plaguing the country since the military coup that overthrew July 3 Islamist Mohamed Mursi, held since then and in custody for his escape during the first days of the riots in 2011 forced the departure of Hosni Mubarak.

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