Salvation Front youths to protest against fascist regime Friday

Thursday, March 21, 2013 10:05 PM 
A press conference grouping leading figures in the oppositionist National Salvation Front - photo from Facebook

Youths of the National Salvation Front will participate tomorrow in demonstrations touted as "Friday of Restoring Dignity" at the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Cairo's Mokattam.

We will participate with the people in their peaceful protests tomorrow to confirm the continuance of our noble revolution and declare our rejection of a fascist, dictatorial regime that abuses religion to reach power, the front’s youths said.

"We did not wish to live during such hard times. Since Mursi and his group ruled the country, things have been going from bad to worse."

The front's youths criticised President Mohamed Mursi's performance since he assumed power last June.

Mursi and his brotherhood forgot that the era of silence has come and gone. 

"We will not be ruled by stick and whip."

Karim al-Sakka, co-ordinator of the Salvation Front's youths, said that youths will gather at 5 p.m. on Friday at Nafoura Square in Mokattam to participate in peaceful protests expected to end at 9 p.m.

 

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