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Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance: The Junta’s Protest Law is Void; The Revolution Continues
Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance: The Junta’s Protest Law is Void; The Revolution Continues
Egypt’s pro-democracy coalition of parties and movements opposed to the murderous military coup condemns the putschists’ anti-protest law.
Tuesday, November 26,2013 23:19
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The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance deeply appreciates the Egyptian people’s continued revolt, turning out daily to rally against illegitimate coup authorities, firmly believing that "The greatest of endeavors is saying a word of justice in the court of an unjust ruler".

On this truly revolutionary path, the Egyptian people continue their epic progress towards achieving the objectives of the martyrs. The majestic millions marching in commemoration of ‘100 days since the massacre of the century’ in Rabaa and Nahda squares were a real and practical translation of the total insistence on retribution for the martyrs, reinstatement of constitutional legitimacy, and reversing the coup, especially as they see the devastation wreaked at the hands of the military junta and its gangs every day.

The patriotic people of Egypt abolished the junta’s "anti-protest" law as soon as it was enacted, in the heart of the military dictatorship. It was indeed an absurd, unjust law, null and void from the moment of conception. Thus free men and women of Egypt trampled it with their feet – and still do – in thousands of peaceful protest rallies and other activities, since the announcement of the cowardly law by an illegitimate military-installed president and an illegitimate junta-appointed government that does not represent but the ruling regime and those who collaborated with them at home and abroad to ruin this homeland.

The patriotic people rose in revolt yet again in full determination to have their say, truth and justice, in the face of the massacres by the dark forces of falsehood, and irrational invalid laws that reveal the junta’s utter confusion and deep delusion, so the families of the martyrs, the injured and the thousands who have been arrested, indeed the whole world, should know that the Revolution continues… with all strength, and that it will escalate on the ground. They should also know that the blood of the martyrs is precious, and that retribution will not miss any of the involved criminals, no matter what illegitimate decisions they issue or what further atrocities they commit.

Calling All Revolution Heroes...

The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance calls upon you to continue all your worthy endeavors, with full force and dedication to your Revolution against tyranny and repression, in all streets, squares, universities across Egypt.

On Tuesday, we should commemorate the passage of 100 days since the second Fateh Mosque massacre. Declare to the whole world your anger against the shedding of the anti-coup peaceful protesters on that painful and tragic day, and against the violation of places of worship – mosques and churches – which were brutally attacked by general Al-Sisi’s heinous militias and his interior minister Mohamed Ibrahim’s murderous forces.

On Wednesday, all free Egyptian men and women should turn out in massive rallies throughout the country, under the title "No to the Massacre of Judges" to support the steadfastness of the honorable judges of Egypt, who are being subjected to ridiculous disciplinary hearings and arbitrary investigations in the Supreme Court, and to condemn the participation of pro-military judges in the betrayal of the martyrs’ blood and in giving the judiciary away to the junta to mess with it however they want.

On Friday, November 29, let us come out in a really memorable solemn and huge march, to mark the passage of 100 days since the horrid Abu-Zaabal Prison atrocity by coup security forces that tortured and burnt political detainees. Let that be the "Retribution is Coming" Friday, to remind the junta of their crimes, to renew our covenant for prompt and fair retribution for all the martyrs, and to escalate the Revolution towards resolution of the whole crisis, soon.

The moment of reckoning is approaching, when coup leaders will flee like thieves, but the inevitable will happen, the Revolution will take over, and the criminals will receive well-deserved punishment. "God has full control of all affairs, but most people do not know."

The Revolution continues…

The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance

Cairo: November 26, 2013
 

tags: Pro-Legitimacy / Coup / Anti-Coup / Egyptian People / Revolution / January 25 / Peaceful Protests / Anti-Coup Alliance / Mosques / Sisi / Security Forces / Military Coup / Peaceful Demonstrators / Interior Ministry
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