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Women Against the Coup Marks Year Since 'Arab Sharkas' Executions by Junta Injustice
Women Against the Coup Marks Year Since 'Arab Sharkas' Executions by Junta Injustice
Women Against the Coup movement remembers the tragic execution of 6 innocent Egyptians without due process, and vows revolution till victory.
Wednesday, May 18,2016 06:12
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 A full year has passed since the execution of justice in Egypt at the hands of politicized judiciary who deprived the homeland of the last vestiges of humanity.


A year ago, Egypt woke up to the news of the execution of innocent youths in the so-called Arab Sharkas lawsuit. A little later, authorities cleared them of all charges, the crimes for which they deserved the death penalty. So, they were acquitted, right after getting executed in the traitorous coup regime's jails.

The blood of the innocent will continue to be a curse that hounds the oppressive despots until fair retribution is exacted from them.

We will continue to be the guards of the January 2011 Revolution that will not end until justice and retribution are achieved for those killed.
 
tags: Revolution / Coup / Anti-Coup / Military Coup / Military Junta / Arab Sharkas / Women Against the Coup
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