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Egyptian President Morsi leaves presidential palace as protests turn violent

CAIRO – Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi left the presidential palace Tuesday as violence erupted between police and at least 100,000 protesters gathered in Cairo.

In a brief outburst, police fired tear gas to stop protesters approaching the palace in the capital's Heliopolis district. Morsi was in the palace conducting business as usual while the protesters gathered outside. But he left for home through a back door when the crowds "grew bigger," according to a presidential official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

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Bunch of troublemaking rioters sponsored by the west are trying to topple the elected leader of Egypt because he won't bow down to the Zionists. Mursi is a great man, and I sincerely believe he will prevail against the secularists.

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Bunch of troublemaking rioters sponsored by the west are trying to topple the elected leader of Egypt because he won't bow down to the Zionists. Mursi is a great man, and I sincerely believe he will prevail against the secularists.

lol you mean the same Egyptian president who sent 10s of letters to Israeli President, indirectly thanking him for appointing him and his cult in Egypt? Meeting Clinton 3 times a month to report to her? Did not send a stone to help in the war in Gaza last month and instead tried his best to save Israel from Iranian rockets?

When there were protests against Mubarak, it was a revolution, but now they are 'rioters sponsored by the west' who want to make troubles? LOOL What about Syria? You agree on everything, even on daily bombings and rape by the 'sponsored rebels by the west and your Saudi' uncles who want to create trouble over there?

You are a piece of hypocrite!

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lol you mean the same Egyptian president who sent 10s of letters to Israeli President, indirectly thanking him for appointing him and his cult in Egypt? Meeting Clinton 3 times a month to report to her? Did not send a stone to help in the war in Gaza last month and instead tried his best to save Israel from Iranian rockets?

When there were protests against Mubarak, it was a revolution, but now they are 'rioters sponsored by the west' who want to make troubles? LOOL What about Syria? You agree on everything, even on daily bombings and rape by the 'sponsored rebels by the west and your Saudi' uncles who want to create trouble over there?

You are a piece of hypocrite!

I don't believe some letters which were publicised by dodgy sources. Anyways sending a letter doesn't make you an ally. The prophet SAW communicated with the Quraysh - didn't make him one of them or an ally. Also, I have never agreed with bombing and rape, if I did I wouldn't be against Bashar. You see, I am not the Bashar supporter, you are.

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Are u stupid Abu Non Muslim...?

He studied in The States hes a dog, a puppet, and a fool who wil get killed by his own people.

Hes from the Muslim Brotherhood, who are a bunch of salafi fools. Whats this world coming to? But anyways as our imams told us, presidents will come and go all over the middle east(arab spring)

And mursi is just another puppet, not different from gadafi, not different from pharoh

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Are u stupid Abu Non Muslim...?

He studied in The States hes a dog, a puppet, and a fool who wil get killed by his own people.

Hes from the Muslim Brotherhood, who are a bunch of salafi fools. Whats this world coming to? But anyways as our imams told us, presidents will come and go all over the middle east(arab spring)

And mursi is just another puppet, not different from gadafi, not different from pharoh

I don't see the connection between studying in the states and being a "dog, a puppet, and a fool". With all due respect, we don't need the Imams, for us to know that rulers will come and go. I believe history is proof enough. Edited by Abu_Muslim

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I don't believe some letters which were publicised by dodgy sources.

Every single letter was verified and acknowledged by Yasser Ali, the Egyptian president's spokesperson.

Anyways sending a letter doesn't make you an ally. The prophet SAW communicated with the Quraysh - didn't make him one of them or an ally.

1. How would you (Sunnis) responded if Hassan Nasrallah, or Ahmadinejad or Maliki, or Sadr, instead of the hero of Muslim-Brotherhood, Mursi, have sent such letters to the president and officials of Israel and an Islamic Shia president recognized and befriended Israeli government and closed its borders to Palestinians? You would have claimed the entire Shias world-wide as the product of Jews or something like that? Or you already claim that anyways without those reason? Mursi exposed you all (Sunni Islamists) and described you all as the puppets and true sons of the state of Israel. You are done! You in Egypt had the chance to proof yourselves, but YOUR SUNNI ISLAMIST BROS ALL FAILED.

2. Prophet of Islam never sent such low level letters to arrogant powers and murderers such as Israeli officials calling them my dear brother and friend and building mutual friendships in the expense of Muslims. If you accuse the prophet of Islam of such letters just to excuse Mursi, may God punish you in this and the next world. And for that the guys on this forum who call you names and label you as a monfiq are right...someone who even accuses the great prophet of God of such wrong doings just to make a point and excuse his fellow Sunni leader in Egypt.

Also, I have never agreed with bombing and rape, if I did I wouldn't be against Bashar. You see, I am not the Bashar supporter, you are.

You supported FSA and all those rebels in Syria, who all committed the worst crimes against humanity in the last 2 years.

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Chaos in Cairo

Aljazeera: Several killed in Egypt clashes

At least four people killed and 300 others injured as supporters and opponents of President Morsi clash in Cairo.

At least four people have been killed in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, as supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi clashed near the presidential palace, the health ministry says.

Fighting continued into the early morning on Thursday with fires burning in the streets where the opposing sides threw stones and petrol bombs at each other.

"No to dictatorship," Morsi's opponents chanted, while their rivals chanted: "Defending Morsi is defending Islam."

Riot police were sent in to break up the violence on Wednesday, in which about 350 people were injured.

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FoxNews: New clashes erupted Wednesday outside the presidential palace in Egypt as supporters of President Mohammed Morsi and protesters threw firebombs and pelted each other with rocks.

The protests have spread beyond Cairo; Opposition supporters reportedly set fire to the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood in the nearby city of Ismailia, witnesses told Reuters. The Islamists, members of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood group, chased the protesters away from their base outside the palace's main gate and tore down their tents. The protesters scattered in side streets where they chanted anti-Morsi slogans.

After a lull in fighting, hundreds of young Morsi opponents arrived at the scene and immediately began throwing firebombs at the president's backers, who responded with rocks. .

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PRESS TV: Three advisors to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi have stepped down as clashes between his supporters and opponents turn violent outside the presidential palace in Cairo.

Amr al-Laythi, Seif Abdel Fattah and Ayman al-Sayyad announced on Wednesday that they had submitted their resignations in protest over his handling of a crisis over the country's new constitution, Reuters reported. The latest resignations bring to six the number of advisors who have quit the president's panel of 17 advisors since the crisis began on November 22.

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CNN: Egypt clashes turn deadly; Brotherhood offices burn

Three of Morsy's advisers resigned Wednesday in protest of his edict, while demonstrators set fire to offices of the Muslim Brotherhood and its political arm, the Freedom and Justice Party, in three cities.

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Egypt opposition backs Morsi exit call

National Salvation Front terms president's government 'authoritarian', after deadly clashes in Cairo and elsewhere.

Egypt's main opposition bloc has backed calls for President Mohamed Morsi to step down, a day after deadly clashes left the government scrambling to contain the fallout from footage of police brutalising a man.

A statement from the National Salvation Front on Saturday signalled a harder line from the opposition coalition which has spearheaded protests against President Morsi since November.

"The Salvation Front completely sides with the people and its active forces' calls to topple the authoritarian regime and the Muslim Brotherhood's control," it said, urging Egyptians to stage peaceful protests.

It demanded Morsi's trial for crimes of "killings and torture" and ruled out dialogue with the presidency until "the bloodletting stops and those responsible for it are held accountable".

Police clashed with protesters outside Cairo's presidential palace on Friday night, leaving at least one person dead. Television footage, meanwhile, showed police beating and dragging a naked man into an armoured vehicle.

In all, more than 50 people were injured on Friday, including at least five policemen.

The beating was "an inhumane spectacle ... no less ugly than the killings of martyrs, which is considered a continuation of the security force's programme of excessive force", the NSF said.

Aljazeera

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Morsi's opposition are not your friends. They include the Salafis, the Copts, the liberal secularists, former Mubarak regime elements, and other groups that are upset for losing the parliamentary elections, the presidential elections, and the referendum. Morsi and the Brotherhood are far from a good choice for the Egyptian presidency, but he's not Mubarak, he's not Shafiq, he's not `Umar Sulayman, he's not al-Barade`i, he's not the Salafis, he's not the secularists, and he has done a lot to get rid of the former cronies of the old regime.

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Morsi's opposition are not your friends. They include the Salafis, the Copts, the liberal secularists, former Mubarak regime elements, and other groups that are upset for losing the parliamentary elections, the presidential elections, and the referendum. Morsi and the Brotherhood are far from a good choice for the Egyptian presidency, but he's not Mubarak, he's not Shafiq, he's not `Umar Sulayman, he's not al-Barade`i, he's not the Salafis, he's not the secularists, and he has done a lot to get rid of the former cronies of the old regime.

It doesn't bother us (Shias) who takes charge in Egypt!

And coming back to your points: Shaitain Brotherhood and Salafis are allies, they are election allies, and they are partners on everything since the fall of Mubarak. They also declared their animosity against Shias jointly.

The restrictions on Egyptian Shias never been like this in the last 5 decades that we witness today under this puppet government. They worship Egyptian Christians, Jews and secularists, but they called Shias a ‘banned’ cult and imposed restrictions on places of worship. And when it comes to Shias, the rights of citizenship do not apply.

And finally, it is up to the people of Egypt where their revolution is hijacked by these Takfiri goons! Just like Syria where Alqaida, Zionist puppets and Saudis paid Salafi-Ikhwanist hijacked people's legitimate demands against Assad and turned the country into graveyards of sectarian wars and Zionists scoring games, kind of the same thing happened in Egypt, only that they came to power and doing it in silence.

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Ahh..., the US governement plays a song and the monkeys start dancing...Wonder when these deluded arabs will learn.

@ Abu_Muslim: You really need to change your username(i.e Abu_Nonsense, Abu_Zion...), most of your comments and views are a disgrace to a Muslim.

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