People on roads for Morsi restoration


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People on roads for Morsi restoration


Meanwhile Muslim brotherhood's Spiritual leader MUHAMMAD BADIE has addressed a public gathering


Ikhwanweb ?@Ikhwanweb 41m MT "@Alaabayoumi: #Badei: I tell the military, after president #Morsi is back, we can negotiate about anything else #Egypt"

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[h=1]Egypt army opens fire on pro-Morsi protesters[/h]

[h=2]At least three supporters of deposed President Morsi killed, as crowd marches on barracks where ousted leader is held.[/h]
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2013 16:52





At least three supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi were killed by gunfire as a crowd of several hundred tried to march towards the military barracks in Cairo where he is believed to be held.

Al Jazeera's Matthew Cassel, reporting from near the military barracks, said several dozen people were also injured by shotgun pellets fired by the army.
"One protester broke away from the rally to stick a pro-Morsi poster on the barbed-wire around the barracks. He was shot in the head with birdshot," he said.

Security forces were cordoning the Republican Guard barracks but it was not immediately clear who had opened fire.
An army spokesman denied that troops opened fire on supporters, saying that soldiers were using only blank rounds and teargas. It was unclear whether security forces other than the army were present.
The interior ministry also denied that people were killed in the clashes outside the Republican Guards club.
Parliament dissolved
Also on Friday, Adly Mansour, the newly appointed interim head of state, dissolved parliament by decree, state television said.

Only the upper house, the Shura Council, had remained active after the lower house was dissolved by military-led authorities shortly before Morsi was elected a year ago.

State TV also said that Mansour had appointed Mohamed Ahmed Farid as head of intelligence. He replaces Mohamed Raafat Shehata, a Morsi appointee, who becomes national security adviser to Mansour.

In Nasr City in the Egyptian capital, thousands of supporters of Morsi gathered after Friday prayer to protest against his ouster.
The leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, addressed the crowd saying that the protesters will continue their sit-in until Morsi is released.

"The Muslim Brotherhood are ones who have been serving you and I am one of your servants. The masses are here for God's religion first and for freeing Egypt," Badie said, adding; "We will stay in public squares until we free our elected president and we carry him on our shoulders."

The prosecutor's office ordered Badie's arrest on Thursday after the overthrow of Morsi, but Badie said that he was not detained. "Reports about my arrest are false. It is a lie. We are free revolutionaries," he said.
Senior Muslim Brotherhood member Mohamed ElBeltagy told the protestors: "Your brothers are now at the Republican Guards trying to help president Morsi get out. Your brothers are being fired at with live bullets.

"I call on the military is to remove the defence minister and to bring president Morsi back to power. We are going to the republican guards as martyrs in million. Today, president Morsi should come back to power," ElBeltagy said.
The coalition on Thursday urged people to take part in a "Friday of Rejection" protest following weekly prayers. The call is being seen as a test of whether Morsi still has a support base in the country, and how the army will deal with it.
Morsi, who was Egypt's first democratically elected president, belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood movement .


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African Union suspends Egypt

Fifty-four member bloc suspends Egypt from all activities following President Morsi's ouster in a military coup.

Last Modified: 05 Jul 2013 12:41

African Union (AU) has suspended Egypt from all activities following the overthrow of the government, a senior official has said.
The decision of the 54-member bloc came while demonstrations in support of ousted president Mohammed Morsi were going on in Cairo, the Egyptian capital.

"As mandated by the relevant AU instruments, the African Union Peace and Security Council decides to suspend the participation of Egypt in AU activities until the restoration of constitutional order," Admore Kambudzi, Secretary of the Peace and Security Council of AU, said after a meeting on Friday.
Suspension decision is the AU's usual response to any interruption of constitutional rule by a member state.
Morsi was removed from the office by the army on Wednesday after mass protests against his government.


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Turkey says ouster of Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi ‘unacceptable’
Fri Jul 5, 2013 9:20AM GMT


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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has held a meeting in Istanbul to address the situation in Egypt amid nationwide protests calling for his own resignation.

Turkey has denounced the overthrow of Egypt’s democratically-elected President Mohamed Morsi as an ‘illegitimate’ military coup, saying Ankara does not accept the move, Press TV reports.

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Thursday, “Turkey does not accept the removal and detention of elected leaders from power through illegitimate means. The democratically-elected leaders should only be ousted at ballot boxes.”

“Whatever the reason is, it is unacceptable that a democratically-elected government was overthrown by illegitimate means, even more, with a military coup,” the Turkish minister added, calling for an immediate end to Morsi’s arrest.​
On July 3, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, head of the Egyptian army, declared that President Morsi was no longer in office and announced the suspension of the country’s constitution after days of massive anti-government protests across Egypt.

The chief justice of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court, Adli Mansour, was sworn in as interim president of the country on July 4.

The Egyptian military said Morsi was being held “preventively.”

In this regard, Turkish NGO IHH held a press conference in the city of Istanbul, calling for an end to violence in Egypt.

Huseyin Oruc, vice president of the IHH, told Press TV, “There is only one common actor for all these things. It is Israel.” Oruc added that the Tel Aviv regime is behind similar incidents happening in other countries such as Syria.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan also held a meeting in Istanbul to address the situation in Egypt amid nationwide protests calling for his own resignation.

Analysts say the events taking place in Egypt could have serious consequences for the Turkish government. Turkish officials also believe that the recent developments in Egypt could change the situation in Syria.


Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
woh mursi ki sharafat thee jo itni izzat se aur kisi baray khoon harabay kay baghair he chala gaya aur aub pata chalay ga na kay yeh AMMAN PASSAND tabqa kitni izzat deta hai protesters ko.

(its all about the power)


Senator (1k+ posts)


مصری ججز نے عوامی نمائندے اور صدر ڈاکٹر محمد مرسی کی واپسی تک دھرنے کا اعلان کر دیا

انہوں نے کہا کہ وہ مارشل لاء سے انکار کرتے ہیں اور منتخب صدر کی واپسی چاپتے ہیں ۔ ججز کے ترجمان ولید الشرابی نے کہا کہ مصر نے مکمل طور پر ایک جمہوری حکومت کے خلاف مارشل لاء کو ماننے سے انکار کر دیا ہے۔ اب ڈاکٹر محمد مرسی کو واپس آنا چاہیے اور جنرل عبد الفتاح السیسی کا مصر کو دوبارہ زیرو پوائنٹ پر لے جانے پر ٹرائیل ہونا چاہیے۔
حركة قضاة مصر کے بیسیوں ارکان آج رابعہ العدویہ میدان میں اپنا دھرنا کیمپ لگا رہے ہیں۔



Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
Military gave ultimatum to the govt to solve the demands of the protestors within 48 hours or they will coup. Now i wonder what they will have to say about the protestors demands now? Should the army also meet the demands of the Protestors? After all it it was what led to Morsi's Govt End.


Senator (1k+ posts)
ریپبلکن گارڈ ہاوس كے سامنے نے موجود مظاهرين يہ نعرا لگا رہے ہیں " اقتل كمان .. اضرب رصاص
اضرب دخان .. الخوف انتهى .. مفيش خلاص "
أور قتل كرو ، أور گولى مارو ، أور گیس پہينكو ، خوف ختم ہو گيا ہے



monh zorr

Minister (2k+ posts)
نہیں پتہ،،محمد مرسی،،کیسے انسان ہیں، پر وہ منتخب صدر ہیں ،انہیں واپس آنا چاہئے،