Muslim Brotherhood Marks Treacherous Coup Murder Mandate, Manassah Massacre Anniversary
|Thursday, July 28,2016 06:08|
Twenty-four hours separated the Manassah (Podium) massacre (July 27, 2013) and the junta's murder mandate Friday (July 26, 2013), in which the traitorous murderer Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi asked for an imprimatur from "a segment of the people" to kill the rest of the Egyptian people.
On that day, the treasonous general exhorted citizens in a deceitful speech to take to the streets to fight "potential terrorism", to start the first societal split in the history of Egypt, which was averted only through the acumen and patriotism of parties and groups opposed to the military coup, and through their legendary steadfastness in liberty squares in Cairo to defend legitimacy.
Today, on the anniversary of the "authorization to kill" and the "Manassah massacre" which claimed the lives of more than 150 martyrs, and injured about 4000, we remember the bloodbath, because history never forgets such horrific inhuman atrocities.
The blood of the martyrs will continue to be a curse on all those who spilled innocent blood.
We shall persist in our Revolution until this treasonous coup is totally defeated, eliminated, and until all rights are restored to the people.
Muslim Brotherhood Media Spokesman
Wednesday – July 27, 2016