In London pro MB council incites violence on 4th Rabaa anniversary



Sun, 13 Aug 2017 - 02:25 GMT


Sun, 13 Aug 2017 - 02:25 GMT

The Conference held in London- Offcial Facebook Page

The Conference held in London- Offcial Facebook Page

CAIRO – 13 August 2017: The Egyptian Revolutionary Council (ERC) held a conference in University of Birmingham, London, on Saturday, August 12 to commemorate the fourth anniversary of Rabaa massacre.

During the conference, the President of ERC Maha Azzam has called for Egyptian people to stand united against military regime that commits crimes against them as corruption will not end unless this regime is toppled.

Dispersing the sit-ins in Rabaa is a conspiracy against Islam in Egypt organized by police men, media and army to topple the first elected President Mohammed Morsi, said pro outlawed Muslim Brotherhood Mohammed Talba in the conference after paying tribute to President Morsi and the victims of Rabaa.

Legal reports of Human Rights Watch Organization and Amnesty International were presented during the conference to attack Egypt.

Scientists from across Europe have attended the conference along side with British human rights and political figures such as Gillian Kennedy, the chairman of the Palestinian Forum in Britain; and media Spokesman for the Foreign Relations Committee of the dissolved Freedom and Justice Party Mohammed Sudan.

At the same time, London has allowed the Brotherhood members to stand in front of London museums holding pictures and panels of the ousted President Mohamed Morsi and Brotherhood leaders.

London allows the Brotherhood to hold conferences and symposia with their supporters in these universities, said political science professor at Cairo University Tarek Fahmy adding that Muslim Brotherhood talks about Rabaa massacre in universities and research centers in London to address public opinion and decision makers in London to put pressure on British government to continue its support.

UK has been among countries supporting the Brotherhood by financing and welcoming them since ousting President Morsi.

After the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi on July 3, 2013, the Brotherhood members and supporters staged sit-ins in Cairo's Rabaa and Giza's Nahada squares, calling for his reinstatement via threatening civilians with killing, burning, and committing terrorist acts.

Hence, On August 14, 2013, security forces set out on dispersing the Brotherhood-dominated sit-in in Nasr City’s Rabaa al-Adawiya, along with another sit-in that was located in Nahda Square in Giza.



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