Clashes in MB protests in Cairo
Clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and security forces - YOUM7 (Archive)

CAIRO: A number of pro-Muslim Brotherhood group demonstrators started their Friday marches following Friday prayers across Cairo, Youm7 reported.

At Gameat el-Dowal Street in Mohandiseen, MB supporters tried to escape into side streets, while some went up a bridge, before security forces arrived to disperse their march.

In 6 October City, security forces managed to disperse a march by firing tear gas. The march started from Emad Ragheb Mosque, and condemned the Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip and demanded the release of all detainees.

The protesters in the march repeated anti-army and police chants.

Repeating pro-Hamas chants, a number of protesters also gathered outside El-Maghfira Mosque in Hadayeq el-Maadi after Friday prayers to condemn the military operation on the Gaza Strip.

In Haram district, a march started by a number of protesters gathered outside Mashary Mosque and was dispersed by Central Security forces. Some of the protesters carried Rabaa al-Adaweya signs.

In Ain Shams, violent clashes erupted between supporters of former President Mohamed Morsi and security forces, according to El-Balad.

Both sides threw rocks and security forces fired tear gas bombs to control the clashes.


Additional Reporting by Hani Mohamed, Asmaa Zidan, Kamel Kamel, Mohamed el-Asy, Mostafa el –Sayed, Mohamed Abdel Mageuid.

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