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  • ‘Wake up America’: Egyptian protesters continue to slam Obama [pics]

    06/30/2013 2:23:18 PM PDT · by markomalley · 36 replies
    Twitchy ^ | 6/30/2013
    As Twitchy reported, Egyptians flocking to Tahir Square to protest Mohamed Morsi’s presidency on the anniversary of his inauguration are very unhappy with President Obama. We’ve reported that signs like this have appeared: Sign at anti-Morsi protest in Egypt==>RT @Dr_Muhanna "Obama Supports Terrorism" Muslim Brotherhood http://t.co/KXaBxyzbz7— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 30, 2013 #Tahrir square banner: "Wake up America. Obama backs a fascist regime in Egypt".— miss/sharon/adine (@sharonadinze) June 30, 2013 Thousands have gathered to make their voices known. UNBELIEVABLE PHOTO: Massive Anti-govt protests in Egypt. Protesters as far as the eye can see http://t.co/7jGjdqAIcM – (pic @TheLazyShaman)—   (@NewsBreaker)...
  • Huge Crowds Turn Out in Egypt in Largely Peaceful Protests Against Morsi

    06/30/2013 1:11:46 PM PDT · by kristinn · 73 replies
    McClatchy ^ | Sunday, June 30, 2013 | Nancy A. Youssef
    In highly anticipated protests to mark the first anniversary of President Mohammed Morsi’s inauguration, millions of Egyptians took to the streets across the country in unprecedented numbers Sunday to demand his removal from office, three years before his term expires. The protests were largely peaceful after days of worries that they would unleash violence between pro- and anti-Morsi camps. But in those places where they came together, the two sides kept their distance, with Morsi’s supporters vastly outnumbered by the president’s opponents. This normally bustling city set aside its usual business what in Egypt is the first day of the...