Follow by Email

Search This Blog

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Egypt l Dozens of demonstrators killed in the 'Friday of Anger'

The 'Friday of Anger' which had called the Muslim Brotherhood after the noon prayer, another has resulted in bloodshed. Thousands of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi came out to demonstrate in the streets of several cities to protest the slaughter that marked the Islamist camp eviction of several places in Cairo, which left 638 dead and 3,994 wounded, according to official figuresAlthough the Egyptian Ministry of Health announced today the death of 17 people, counting the figures provided by medical and security sources and witnesses in different parts of country show a balance of more than 70 protesters killed on Friday, a figure that is rise.Only in Cairo there are at least fifty deaths. Just start protests government sources confirmed the death offive protesters Islamist -dead in the city of Ismailiya (Suez canal) by the shooting of Army-and a policeman died during an ambush on a checkpoint outside Cairo.Security sources say 24 police officers have died in the last 24 hoursAlso, medical sources quoted by Reuters claimed that eight demonstrators were killed in Damietta (in the delta of the Nile), during clashes between supporters and opponents of Mursi outside a police station in the town. In Fayoum , have been killed five people and injured 70 others and Alexandria are other 10 dead and hundreds injured, hospital sources said. In Cairo , where protests occurred more numerous, security sources put the number of dead at 50 . Fifty bodies accumulate in the mosques of Al Fath (near Ramses Square) and Tauhid, as the Muslim Brotherhood, who claim that security forces opened fire without warning protesters Ramses Square, Javier Espinosa reports"These crimes probe the differences, which were at first and then policies have deepened blood smearing", held in a statement the Brothers, for whom "the rebels have lost their minds and values ​​and principles." The crackdown, warned, "will increase the insistence of the people to end the bloody military coup"Before the start of the protests, the government warned by state television - as it did the day before - that the army and police would respond firmly to any violation of the law. By midafternoon, the government said in a note that is facing a "terrorist plot" and made ​​an appeal to citizens to national unityFor its part, the Muslim Brotherhood, have responded to the Government announcing daily protest marches for a week around the country. "We call on the Egyptians to come out to protest until they stop this coup d'etat". The manifestations of 'Friday of Anger' the were terminated after Isha prayer and Muslimone hour after the entry into force of the curfew.

Clashes in Cairo

One of the 'hot spots' of clashes in Cairo has been Ezbeqiya police station (a major of the capital), close to that place, against which a security source as shots were fired. Two Reuters witnesses said they saw protesters throwing Molotov cocktails at the building. According to a source in the security services in the heart of the capital erupted clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted president during the protests of the Islamists, who were marching toward the Egyptian Radio and Television building. In addition, shots rang out in several neighborhoods of the city. Assaults on police stations and other government buildings and churches have spread throughout the country. Law enforcement agencies and volunteer groups related aborted an attempt to storm the barracks Damahur Security in the Nile Delta, where supporters were arrested three Muslim Brotherhood , according to official agency Mena. Also in Cairo, the security forces took control of the Al Imam, in Naser City district, which had become one of the strongholds of Islamists, with no reported disturbances. The Islamists who participated after the Friday prayer in the mosque demonstration along the neighborhood of Ramses rebuked people who saw the roofs of the houses for fear they might have weapons and directed them against them. Among other slogans chanted slogans against the military coup and for the fall of the military regime. 'Put an end to bloodshed!', Is the message the Islamic Foundations Ministry conveyed to the Egyptian magnets for today's sermon, after which the protests began. But more and more those who already do not listen to the voices of reason and reconciliation.

The appeal

"Despite the pain and sadness for the loss of our martyrs, the crime of the last coup has increased our determination to finish them. " With these words the Muslim Brotherhood called the Friday of anger. At least 638 people were killed and about 4,000 were injured on Wednesday when police cleared two protest camps in Cairo, that emerged a month ago to denounce the military overthrow of the first freely elected president of Egypt, the Islamist leader Mohamed Mursi, on 3 July. This slaughter represents the third major attack against supporters of Mursi since his overthrowThe assault has left untouched the Muslim Brotherhood, but have warned that they would not withdraw in its confrontation with the army chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Friday prayer has proved a propitious time for protests for more than two years of unrest in the Arab world. When ordering a 'Friday of rage' Muslim Brotherhood have used the same name of the uprising of January 28, 2011 against former President Hosni Mubarak . That day marked the victory of the protesters about the police, who were forced to retreat. In an attempt to counterattack, a coalition of liberal and left-the National Salvation Front, has called on Egyptians to protest too, but against what he called "obvious terrorist actions" of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Labels

Afghanistan (43) Africa (5) Africa Israel world (1) Airblue (1) Al Qaeda (7) Al-Qaeda (6) Algeria (3) Allah (1) Amazon (1) America (2) Amsterdam (1) Android (20) Andy Murray (6) Angry Birds (1) Apple (45) Apple and Samsung (5) Arab League (7) Argentina (2) Armstrong (3) Army (1) Arsenal (2) Asia (5) Asif Ali Zardari (3) Assassination (2) Aston Villa (1) Atletico Madrid (1) ATP (1) Aung San Suu Kyi (2) Australia (3) Australian Open (15) Ban Ki-moon (3) Bangladesh (13) Barack Obama (87) Barcelona (43) Basel (1) Bashar al-Assad (7) Bayern (2) Bayern Munich (9) BBC (1) Belgium (2) Benazir Bhutto (1) Bhoja Air (1) Bill Clinton (1) Bill Gates (6) BlackBerry (17) Blasphemy (1) Bolivia (2) Bollywood (1) Borussia Dortmund (3) Brazil (4) British (1) Burma (12) Canada (4) Champions League (15) Charles Taylor (1) Charlie Gard (1) Chelsea (27) China (75) Christian (1) Christians (1) CIA (10) Congo (2) Controversial (1) corruption (3) Cristiano Ronaldo (20) Cuba (3) David Beckham (2) David Cameron (1) David Ferrer (2) David Moyes (1) David Petraeus (1) Dell (2) Donald Trump (8) drone (15) Dubai (2) Earthquake (2) Egypt (54) Elections (15) EU (5) Europa League (3) Europe (8) Everest (1) Everton (1) Facebook (66) FBI (4) Ferrari (2) ferry disaster (1) Fidel Castro (1) FIFA (6) FIFA 13 (1) Firefox (2) football (4) Forbes (3) Formula 1 (2) France (19) France Paris Pakistan Iraq Afghanistan Palestine Syria Burma (1) French presidential election 2012 (1) Fulham (2) Galatasaray (1) Gangnam Style (6) Gaza (16) Gerard Pique (2) Germany (8) Google (67) Guardian (1) Gulf (2) Hamas (18) Hamid Karzai (1) Harlem Shake (1) Hezbollah (4) Hillary Clinton (7) Hong Kong (1) Hosni Mubarak (1) HP (2) HTC (5) Hugo Chavez (8) Iker Casillas (2) Imran Khan (3) India (55) Instagram (6) Internet (3) iOS (1) iPad (18) iPhone (30) iPhone 5 (14) iPod (2) Iran (97) Iran Iraq Israel Pakistan Syria Saudi Arab Shia Sunni Muslim Arab (4) Iraq (29) ISIS (1) Islam (8) Islamabad (1) Israel (119) Istanbul (1) Italy (9) iTunes (1) Ivory Coast (1) Japan (42) Jay-Z (1) Jelly Bean (1) Jerusalem (1) Jews (3) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (1) Joe Biden (1) John F. Kennedy (2) Jordan (3) Jose Mourinho (1) Julian Assange (1) Justin Bieber (13) Karachi (3) Kate Middleton (12) Katy Perry (1) Kenya (3) Khartoum (1) Kim Jong-un (4) King Salman (1) Kofi Annan (7) Kristen Stewart (6) Kulbhushan yadav (1) Kurdish (1) Kurdistan (1) Kuwait (2) Las Vegas (1) Latin America (1) Lebanon (7) Leo Messi (21) LG (2) Liberian (1) Libya (12) Liverpool (4) London (2) Lumia (3) Malala Yousafzai (26) Malaysia (3) Mali (5) Manchester City (12) Manchester United (37) Manhunt. The ten year search for Bin Laden from 9/11 to Abbottabad (5) Margaret Thatcher (1) Mario Balotelli (2) Mark Zuckerberg (14) Mars (1) Maryam Nawaz (2) McDonald (2) Messenger (1) Mexico (7) Michael Jackson (6) Michelle Obama (1) Microsoft (41) Milan (1) Miley Cyrus (1) missile (3) Mission: Impossible (1) Mitt Romney (26) Monica Lewinsky (1) Morocco (1) Moscow World (1) Mossad (1) Motorola (1) Mozilla (1) Muammar Gaddafi (5) Mufti Zia (1) Muslims (24) NASA (5) NATO (23) Nawaz Sharif (6) NBA (6) Nelson Mandela (7) Nemo (1) Netherland (2) New York (10) Newcastle (1) Nexus (3) Neymar (1) Nigeria (10) Nokia (6) North Korea (52) Novak Djokovic (11) nuclear bomb (4) nuclear test (1) OIC (1) Olympics 2012 (12) Oman (1) Omar Hassan al-Bashir (1) OneDirection (1) Oprah Winfrey (1) Osama bin Laden (25) Oscar (4) Pakistan (163) Pakistani intelligence services (14) Palestine (44) Palestinian (3) Panama (2) Panama gate (2) peace plan (5) Pentagon (1) Pep Guardiola (3) Peru (1) Pervez Musharraf (11) Peshawar (2) PGA (1) Philippines (2) plane crash (3) PlayStation (10) Premier League (43) Prince Harry (8) Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (1) Prince William (8) Prophet Muhammad (SAW) (1) PSG (1) PTI (1) Pyongyang (1) Qatar (4) Radamel Falcao (1) Rafael Nadal (7) RAW (2) Real Madrid (36) Red Bull (1) Robert Gates (1) Robert Pattinson (4) Roger Federer (9) Russia (22) Salman Khan (1) Samsung (17) Samsung Galaxy (16) Sandy (17) Saudi Arabia (31) Scotland (1) Selena Gomez (5) Shakira (2) Shia (1) Sir Alex Ferguson (3) skydiving (1) Skype (5) Smartphone (25) Social Networks (6) Somalia (3) Sony (9) South Africa (13) south Asia (1) South Korea (32) Southern Sudan (2) Spain (9) Sri Lanka (1) Stephen Hawking (2) Stoke City (1) Sudan (5) Sunni (1) Syria (150) Tablet (1) Taiwan (1) Taliban (11) tallest building (2) The Arab League (4) The innocence of Muslims (18) The race to the White House (2) Tibet (4) Tiger Woods (2) Tito Vilanova (1) Tom Cruise (2) Toshiba (1) Tottenham (2) Train crash (1) Tumblr (1) Turkey (29) Twilight (3) Twitter (32) UAE (5) Ukraine (2) UN (51) United Kingdom (41) USA (333) Usain Bolt (3) Valentine's Day (1) Veena Malik (2) Venezuela (11) Viber (2) Vladimir Putin (1) war (16) Washington (1) Wayne Rooney (1) West Ham United (1) WhatsApp (4) WHO (1) WikiLeaks (2) Windows (4) Windows 8 (9) wolfs (1) World Trade Center (3) Xbox 360 (6) Xbox 720 (7) Xbox One (6) Yahoo (5) Yash Raj Chopra (1) Yasser Arafat (1) Yemen (4) YouTube (10) Yusuf Raza Gilani (1)