#OpEgypt: More Examples of Muslim Brotherhood Sponsored Violence


In a video‬, a number of supporters of the ousted ‪‎Morsi‬. They block the high road and prevent traffic from passing. Then a police officer starts to talk to the road blockers in a loud speaker: “What you are doing is against the law, please open a way for traffic”. The supporters begin to gather around the armored police vehicle, shouting curses and insults. Then a protestor climbs on the vehicle and assaults the officer and tries to steal his weapon. The officer committed to self-restraint and did not use his weapon. Of course if the attacker (protestor) was shot or injured, he would appear all over the media as the martyr of peacefulness, and the footage would only show the result and not the whole scene.

In a video‬, a number of supporters of the ousted ‪‎Morsi‬. They block the high road and prevent traffic from passing. Then a police officer starts to talk to the road blockers in a loud speaker: “What you are doing is against the law, please open a way for traffic”. The supporters begin to gather around the armored police vehicle, shouting curses and insults. Then a protestor climbs on the vehicle and assaults the officer and tries to steal his weapon. The officer committed to self-restraint and did not use his weapon.
Of course if the attacker (protestor) was shot or injured, he would appear all over the media as the martyr of peacefulness, and the footage would only show the result and not the whole scene.

Security forces of Cairo International airport chased a number of ‪#Morsi supporters and arrested one of them while they were spilling large amounts of the "engine oil" on a key road to the airport. Security forces closed the way to remove the oil in order to preserve the safety of travelers.

Security forces of Cairo International airport chased a number of ‪#Morsi supporters and arrested one of them while they were spilling large amounts of the “engine oil” on a key road to the airport. Security forces closed the way to remove the oil in order to preserve the safety of travelers.

Security forces seized 809 “Turkish made” shotguns, while being transported in 6 October City. The main suspect in the incident has also been arrested and a number of his aides. The main suspect named / Saad Zenhom Saad Hassan Saleh, is nicknamed as, "Saad Aboul Gheit," owns an imports company and is a resident of Nasr City, in Cairo. The suspect also owns a piece of land in Badr City, used for the preparation of supply meals and foods to the Muslim Brotherhood sit in area in Nasr City (Rabaa). Large quantities of meat, prepared foods, and processing tools and supplies for the preparation of such foods and also the cars that transport it were also seized.

Security forces seized 809 “Turkish made” shotguns, while being transported in 6 October City. The main suspect in the incident has also been arrested and a number of his aides.
The main suspect named / Saad Zenhom Saad Hassan Saleh, is nicknamed as, “Saad Aboul Gheit,” owns an imports company and is a resident of Nasr City, in Cairo. The suspect also owns a piece of land in Badr City, used for the preparation of supply meals and foods to the Muslim Brotherhood sit in area in Nasr City (Rabaa). Large quantities of meat, prepared foods, and processing tools and supplies for the preparation of such foods and also the cars that transport it were also seized.

 

See also: Pro Morsi Peacefulness: Few Examples.

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