Monday, July 8, 2013

Egypt is a civil war. The army opened fire. Killed more than 40 people.

Egypt is a civil war.
The army opened fire.
Killed more than 40 people.

The army opened fire on supporters of deposed President Mohammed Mursi near military building where it is believed that he was arrested.
Were killed about 40 people.
The political crisis that escalated into a civil war after the army carried out a coup against President Islamist amid mass protests.
The military said a "terrorist group" tried to storm the building of the Republican Guard.
 One officer was killed and over 40 injured. Source army stated that soldiers opened fire as self-defense.
After shooting ultraconservative party "Nur", which initially supported the military actions against Muslim and their Mursi, said he withdrew from the negotiations and prepare highly qualified interim government of the country to new elections.
"Muslim Brotherhood" openly pushed for the creation of a Muslim caliphate, and Egypt became a real implicit base of "Al Qaeda."
Arab Spring triggered and maintained by the U.S. and EU strengthen radical Islam in the region.
Two days ago was disbanded parliament.
Upper house of parliament, which had all the legislative power in the country last year after the dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies was formed by Islamist President Mohammed Mursi.
Supporters of ousted President Mohammed Mursi and the Muslim Brotherhood gathered in front of the presidential guard barracks, where it is believed he was held under house arrest.
The African Union has announced it is temporarily exclude Egypt from the organization because of the illegal removal of the President of the country.

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