• EGYPT
  • June 4, 2012
  • 1 minute read

Morsi Joins Protesters in Tahrir Square Denouncing Absurdly Lenient Verdicts

Morsi Joins Protesters in Tahrir Square Denouncing Absurdly Lenient Verdicts

Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) and the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate in the presidential elections, headed to Tahrir Square on Saturday – immediately after a press conference – to join protesters denouncing deposed Mubarak’s verdicts as a dreadful mockery of justice, and to share the grief, sorrow and shock of martyrs’ families who condemned the rulings which lay to waste the pure blood of their honorable children, lost in vain.



Dr. Morsi was proudly carried into Tahrir Square, carrying the Egyptian flag, amid cheers and chants of "Strength, Resolve, Faith… Revolution’s still in the Square", "Revolutionaries, Free, Will complete the journey", "We get retribution for them (martyrs), or we die like them" and "One Hand (united)".