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Muslim Brotherhood: Huge Pro-Morsi Masses Clear Message to All
Muslim Brotherhood: Huge Pro-Morsi Masses Clear Message to All
Unprecedented millions of Egyptians pour out onto iconic liberty squares across Egypt in a dramatic national show of support for the elected President.
Tuesday, July 2,2013 19:51
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Yasser Mehrez, Muslim Brotherhood media spokesman, said the descent of Egyptian en mass, filling all revolution rendezvous in Cairo and provinces throughout the country is a clear message to all.

Mehrez further said that pro-Morsi supporters’ decision to keep away from those liberty squares over the past few days had been mistakenly understood that supporters of electoral and constitutional legitimacy are few. But there they are in tremendous masses in all squares of Egypt, again.

Earlier on Tuesday, additional tens of thousands rushed to join mass rallies in liberty squares of the governorates of Egypt to support democracy and the legitimacy of the elected President, while hundreds of thousands gathered in Nahda Square in Cairo, as new coalitions were launched to support and defend democratic legitimacy. Those announced in statements they issued Tuesday that they will fight the counter-revolution with resolve and determination.

 

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