Hundreds in Alexandria demand army intervention against Mursi

Friday 12-04-2013 02:49 PM
Hundreds in Alexandria demand army intervention against Mursi

Anti-Mursi protesters in Alexandria on November 27, 2012 in Mansheya, Alexandria - Aswat Masriya


Hundreds of protesters on Friday marched from al-Qaed Ibrahim Mosque in Alexandria to the city's Northern military area to demand army intervention against President Mohamed Mursi's rule.

Protesters chanted slogans denouncing both sectarian violence in Qaliubiya's al-Khusus and what they called Mursi's promise to restore Halayeb and Shalateen to Sudan, an Aswat Masriya eye witness reported.

Chanting anti-Muslim Brotherhood slogans, the demonstrators held photos of political activist Hassan Mostafa and demanded releasing him and all political activists.

Several activists called for staging a protest tomorrow morning in front of Mansheya Court in conjunction with the appeal filed by Hassan Mostafa against a ruling jailing him for two years on charges of assaulting a judicial authority.


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