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Freedom And Justice Party Mourns Stadium Martyrs
Freedom And Justice Party Mourns Stadium Martyrs
More than 28 football fans are – so far – killed by junta militias' bullets, birdshot pellets and poisonous gases outside a sports stadium where the popular Zamalek club was playing an international match.
Monday, February 9,2015 05:38
IkhwanWeb

 A new horrid massacre is added to the bloody junta records, executed by the military coup regime against Egypt's youth, so as to cover up their repeated scandals and failings in administering the country's affairs.


The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) mourns the Martyrs of this new massacre committed by coup security forces this evening (Sunday) against Zamalek fans in front of the Air Defense Football Stadium. The FJP holds Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi and the military coup gang fully responsible for all this innocent blood, and condemns the shameful attitude of coup authorities which callously disregarded the deaths, the blood and the whole tragedy of Egyptian youth, opting to complete the match despite all the bloodshed.

All Egyptian blood has become cheap under military rule, and coup militias' bloody bullets no longer discriminate between supporters and opponents. This calls on all fans, indeed all Egyptians, to close ranks in national and revolutionary unity in order to overthrow the brutal bloody coup.

The Freedom and Justice Party

Cairo: February 8, 2015
tags: Freedom And Justice Party / FJP / Military Coup / Coup / Military Junta / Al-Sisi / Martyrs
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