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President Morsi - Symbol of Freedom, Icon for Democracy
President Morsi - Symbol of Freedom, Icon for Democracy
Freedom and Justice Party Secretary General Hussein Ibrahim hails President Morsi’s tremendous resilience and persistence and pro-Morsi, pro-democracy protesters’ bravery and steadfastness.
Friday, November 8,2013 18:34

In a press release, Hussein Ibrahim , Freedom and Justice Party Secretary General said:

The great Egyptian people gave their trust to a leader who truly deserves it. President Morsi has certainly proved he is worthy of this trust. His tremendous, unwavering steadfastness during his trial has ignited the enthusiasm of the pro-legitimacy, anti-coup protestors, doubled their persistence to pursue their revolutionary path, and has been a great lesson to the coup commanders, collaborators and its supporters.

President Morsi has become a global symbol of freedom, and an icon for democracy, which truly represents the people’s will.

Hail to the persistence of the Egyptian people, and to the perseverance of their heroic President Mohamed Morsi.

tags: Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Egyptian People / President / Morsi / Pro-Legitimacy / Coup / Anti-Coup / Hussein Ibrahim
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