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Muslim Brotherhood to Participate in Tuesday’s Protests
Muslim Brotherhood to Participate in Tuesday’s Protests
The Brotherhood confirms participation in tomorrow’s protests across the provinces of Egypt, denouncing the lenient verdicts against Mubarak and his most senior aides.
Monday, June 4,2012 17:31
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Dr. Mahmoud Ghozlan assured that the organization will take part in Tuesday’s million-man march to support the demands of the revolution and the revolutionaries.

In a statement to Ikhwanweb, he said: "First and foremost amongst the demands of this demonstration are re-trials for the old regime and its cronies, with proper, strong evidence".

Public anger flared in the famous Tahrir Square and spread quickly to other liberation squares in governorates across Egypt with marches and protests condemning the court rulings acquitting ousted despot Mubarak's sons and his Interior Minister Habib Al-Adli’s aides and the ludicrously soft sentences against Mubarak and Adli themselves.

Meanwhile, the Egyptian public prosecutor has appealed the sentences in the Court of Cassation.

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / MB / Protests / Mubarak / Prosecutor / Tahrir Square / Revolution / Interior Minister / Egyptian People / Habib Al-Adli
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