Pro-Legitimacy Alliance in Fayoum Vows Retribution for Martyrs Killed by Coup Authorities in Cold Blood
The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance in Fayoum (100 kilometers southwest of Cairo), issued – through its official page on Facebook – a statement in which it mourned the martyrs Mohamed Abdullah Khamis and Salim Sayed, who were killed in cold blood by military coup security forces this (Friday) morning after a raid on their workplace (a poultry farm) in little Tamiya town.
In its statement, the Alliance sent a message to "the criminal psychopath Nasser Al-Abd (coup security head in Fayoum) and his militias… We know you commit all these bloody murders and atrocities with absurd impunity. But deluded are those who think delayed punishment means their crimes are forgotten.
"Fayoum revolutionaries vow retribution for the spilled blood of the innocent. A religions and legal duty, retribution is inevitably coming. No-one involved in these horrid crimes will escape punishment… No-one can stop the raging Revolution."
Earlier, a military junta Special Operations team this (Friday) morning murdered Mohamed Abdullah Khamis, 30 years old, and Salim Sayed, 30 years. Special forces broke into a poultry farm where the two men worked, and arrested them. Then they shot them dead with live ammunition.