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FJP Condemns Killing of Six Egyptians by Security Forces
FJP Condemns Killing of Six Egyptians by Security Forces
The Muslim Brotherhood's political wing (the FJP) strongly condemns the extrajudicial killing by junta militias of 6 more peaceful Egyptians who have committed no crime.
Friday, August 7,2015 21:42
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The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) in Egypt, is deeply grieved and troubled by the brutal assassination of 6 more innocent Egyptians at the hands of junta security forces in Fayoum governorate (to the south west of Cairo) on Thursday August 6, 2015. We offer our sincere condolences to the families of the victims, who were identified as: 


1- Abdel Aziz Mourad 

2- Abdel Fattah Abdel Nasser

3- Rabia Kharad

4- Abdel Nasser Elwani

5- Abdel Aziz Heiba

6- Abdel Salam Heteita

The FJP condemns this heinous massacre, which is yet another episode in a series of extra-judicial killings carried out by the criminal regime of Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.

We hold the military regime responsible, and we affirm that these brutal, inhumane actions will increase the resolve of Egyptian people and their determination to continue on the path of the great Revolution to free the country from this fascist regime and restore freedom and democracy to this homeland. 

Freedom and Justice Party

Cairo, Egypt

Friday - August 7, 2015
tags: Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Egyptians / Pro-Legitimacy / Coup / Anti-Coup / Revolution / Sisi / Security Forces / Military Coup / Egyptian Army
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