Egyptian Tamarod heads meet with Gazan counterparts in Cairo

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September 5, 2013 14:24

 
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The heads of the Egyptian Tamarod ["Rebellion"] group, that brought on the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in their country, met with the heads of the Palestinian anti-Hamas Tamarod group in Cairo on Wednesday night, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported.

“The meeting sought to transfer experiences and mechanisms of Egypt’s Tamarod to the Gaza Strip,” Egyptian Tamarod leaders Mahmoud Badr was quoted by Ma'an as saying.

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