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Friday, August 16, 2013

Egypt l The Muslim Brotherhood notified: anger 'out of control' after the slaughter

Gehad El-Haddad a spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, has warned that violence involves the rage, a day after the slaughter in Egypt, "is now out of control." Refugee in a place that would not reveal, El-Haddad known where they are all group leaders after the attacks. He said, though, that two of them were wounded and six died "to their children." "After the beatings, arrests and murders to which we are facing, theemotions are too high as to lead us, "he said. "It's out of control. Always has been that fear. And with each slaughter, increases," Haddad acknowledged. "The real dangerarises when groups of people, angry at the loss of their loved ones, begin to move." Haddad insisted that the conflict not only has to do with Mursi ."Are we going to accept a new tyranny in Egypt or not?" He asked.

Day funeral

Islamists called for this afternoon a new march in Cairo after the killing on Wednesday in which they have died as government sources 525 people-some put the figure at 578 - and by more than 2,000 Islamists. "The march is planned in Al Iman mosque to protest the deaths," he called in a statement. There, he held one of the funeral by his followers died. And also there relatives try to identify the bodies of their loved ones. The Muslim Brotherhood explained on their website at that temple in Naser City prokaryotic district, held a funeral for "thousands of martyrs who died in the slaughter perpetrated by the Interior Ministry and the Military Police." During the funeral, attendees shouted slogans like "Allah is Great" and "I'm not sad about the martyr"In parallel, and not far from City Naser, was held the official funeral by43 policemen killed in the riots yesterday. The ceremony, which took place in the mosque of the police, came the Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim, and other officials of the department.

Street protests

On Thursday, protests and clashes continued in the streets of Egypt.In Cairo, hundreds of Islamists set on fire at the headquarters of a government building .In Giza , groups of people stormed and torched the headquarters of the Interior. The staff were evacuated from the government building, located on Avenue of Al Ahram, which leads to the famous Pyramids of Giza, as firefighters tried to put out the fire. In Alexandria, hundreds of people are already on the streets: "Back in honor of our martyrs," the protesters chant, referring to the more than 500 dead. Many carry images of former President Mohamed Mursi, deposed by the army last month. At least 11 policemen were killed on Thursday in several armed attacks a police checkpoint in the town of Al Arish, capital of North Sinai province, east of Egypt.

The eviction of Wednesday 14

On Wednesday morning police entered the square and that of Rabea Al Nahda with tanks and tear gas, according to the Government, and started shooting when they were attacked by protesters. Quickly protests spread across the country , on a day that ended with hundreds dead and thousands injured. Faced with excessive violence, Vice egypt, El Baradei , who supported Mursi output on 3 July, resigned, revealing deep divisions within the transitional authorities installed by the powerful army.Repeatedly, without any progress, called for a political solution to the crisis, insisting that the Muslim Brotherhood would participate in the transition. After bloody clashes, the authorities declared a state of emergencyand curfew in half of the provinces, including Cairo and Alexandria (north). The state of emergency has already been in force in Egypt on the pretext of combating terrorism from 1981 until May 2012, when he decided not to renew the military junta that ruled the country since the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak (1981-2011) to the Mursi ascension to power in June last year.
The international community , which had tried to mediate to avoid a dramatic end to the dispute between the pro-Mursi and the new power, has condemned the use of violence to disperse the two camps on thousands of Islamists who were also the children and women.

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