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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    Bloody clashes around Egyptian Presidential palace

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     iReporter HasanAmin86 captured these images of last night's violent clashes between protesters for and against the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy and his government. The first shot, he says, is of a pro-government supporter brandishing what appears to be a rifle and pointing it towards anti-Morsy protesters. Other images show protesters from both sides throwing stones and even Molotov cocktails at each other. He says he and his companions were chased from the area by pro-Morsy supporters and forced to knock on the doors of nearby homes begging people to take them in. "Under [ousted former president Hosni] Mubarak it was the same," he said. "He would send his thugs with knives and stones and molotov cocktails [to protests]. It's exactly the same battle." At present, he says, the army is stationed outside the palace and the streets are littered with rubble from last night's violence.
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    haunted by Islamic fascist
    After the huge peaceful protest yesterday against Morsi, today it turned to a bloody battle between the protesters and Morsi supporters (Islamists and Pro-Islamists mainly)
    Islamists attacked the Sit-In, beat women, burn the tents and sleeping bags, extended barbed wires,
    They swept the Sit-In, attacked the protesters, hunting them down with bats and banches (they cut off the trees and throwing stones)
    They also used Rifle cartridges, tear gases and knives, (Ahmed Doma-political activist and oppositionist) has been attacked by Islamic thugs, they stabbed him in the face with a knife which caused 15 stiches wound.
    Islamists thugs beat the protesters who said No for Morsi dictatorial decree, exactly what happed during the Egyptian revolution, when Mubarak sent his thugs to attack the protesters in Tahrir Sq.
    Now,Morsi is a textbook Islamic fascist, who eliminates the opposition or unleash his thugs to attack them.
    It’s remarkable that no one of the police or the army involved in this battle, it’s suspicious absence of security forces in this critical area (the presidential palace diameter.)
    Situation in Egypt is getting uglier by time.
    Hasan Amin
    Cairo
    5-12-2012

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