Archived from the original on 15 August Various sources state that several churches were burned, looted or ransacked during the troubles surrounding the overthrow of Mr. As the protests headed into their second day, the plundering persisted at the Brotherhood's headquarters compound, the site of fierce clashes the previous night. Ahram Online. They are the illegal people, we have won at every single democratic process and they have lost, and the only way for them to be back in the political arena is through the power of the bullets and tanks.
They were led by some professional vocalists into singing the Egyptian national anthem along with chants such as "Egypt is a secular.
Main article: Post-coup unrest in Egypt (–) the 3 July removal of President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt by the. On 14 AugustEgyptian security forces and army under the command of general Abdel Part of the Post-coup unrest in Egypt (–present).
Moreover, in the past weeks, the security authorities have failed to do their duty to take the necessary legal measures to protect public security and citizens, particularly residents and passersby in the aforementioned two areas" .
UN News Center. Amnesty International said that the security forces were shockingly derelict in their duty in August, especially because the violence against the Copts "should have been anticipated following the dramatic rise in similar incidents" since the fall of President Morsi 20 Aug. Archived from the original on 1 June The group of pro-military protesters was building up until the much waited announcement and they have been holding a sit-in in the location for twelve days.
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July 3, A timeline of four critical days in Egypt as massive street protests on Sunday kicked off a chain of events culminating in the army.
The much anticipated day began with several marches throughout Cairo on Sunday heading to either Tahrir Square or Ittihadiya Palace with other comparatively smaller protests taking place at Rabaa al-Adawiya squarewhere pro-Morsi demonstrators were mainly centered, and another around the Ministry of Culture in Zamalek with artists and intellectuals staging a sit-in chanting against the Morsi-appointed culture minister.
Timeline of Turmoil in Egypt From Mubarak and Morsi to Sisi Multimedia Feature
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The bottom line is that the outcome of the revolution should have benefited the Egyptian people more, had the Islamist groups not intervened. Archived from the original on 18 August
Opposing rallies to commemorate Egypt's participation in Yom Morsi's supporters, whose marches filled highways in west Cairo, used the day to protest against his ousting, while his opponents took to. 10 Oct A report by 9 Bedford Row | 10th December | Download report.
Violence Breaks out in Egypt Ahead of June 30 Protests”, Al Monitor, 29 June
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This message is being delivered with tact. After a day, security forces again cleared the demonstrators. Sidi Bishr. Chants included "Go, you're two-faced, you've divided the people in two" and the protests had notable persons participating such as Mohamed Ghonima leading Middle East urologistin a different mass march in the city.