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Two Anti-Coup Women Rallies to Egypt MoD and National Council for Human Rights
Two Anti-Coup Women Rallies to Egypt MoD and National Council for Human Rights
‘Women Against Coup’ organizes many events and activities in support of female victims of the coup masterminds’ security apparatus.
Sunday, July 21,2013 08:22
IkhwanWeb

The ‘Women Against Coup’ movement has scheduled a series of huge activities to counter the crimes committed against Egyptian women who stand against the bloody military coup.

The movement is to perform prayers for the souls of the three women martyrs who were killed brutally in an ambush against their peaceful demonstration on Friday (July 19) in Dakahlia governorate. A mass rally is to start Sunday after Noon Prayer (12:30 pm local time) at An-Nour Mosque, in Abbasiya, Cairo. The rally will head to the Ministry of Defense.

Several other activities are to take place at the same time, in Nahda Square, in front of Cairo University. Then a women rally is to head to the National Council for Human Rights.

tags: Revolution / Egyptian People / Women / Coup / Egyptian Women / Martyrs / Peaceful Demonstration / Military Coup / Dakahlia
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