Egyptian Community Was Demonstrating In Front Of The Egyptian Embassy In Panama

Egyptian Community Was Demonstrating In Front Of The Egyptian Embassy In Panama

Friday, August 30 2013 @ 09:36 PM EDT
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Protests & DemonstrationsThe constant clashes after the overthrow of the Egyptian President, Mohamed Morsi, have caused many people around the world to gather and ask for the hostile acts to end, and Panama has not been the exception.
The Egyptian community in the country was protesting in front of the Egyptian Embassy, located in Bella Vista.

A group of people went to the area at around 3:00 p.m. with signs bearing phrases such as: “No to the coup d’├ętat in Egypt,” “Free Egypt ” and “Justice and Freedom.”

Besides, they took the opportunity to distribute flyers to the people informing them there have been over 5 thousand martyrs in Egypt, and one third of them are children and women and the rest are young people between the ages of 17 and 30 years old.

Besides there are over 10 thousand injured, and a fourth of them are fighting for their lives with serious injuries and more than 30 thousand political prisoners who have been arrested for their opinions and opposition to the situation in the country.

The demonstrators were demanding freedom for their people and requesting international support for this crisis to finally end.

On August 14, the government assigned by the army ordered the dispersal of the forces in two plazas in El Cairo who supported Morsi, which caused a blood bath. More than one thousand people died in a week, most of them Islamic, and over two thousand members of the Muslim Brotherhood were arrested, among them almost all of the leaders.

Facing the new orders of mobilization of the Pro Morsi group, the provisional government gave authorization to the soldiers and the police to open fire against any protestor who attacks public property or the security forces. (Prensa)

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