Nazareth: Islamic Movement protests Egyptian gov't crackdown of Islamists

August 17, 2013 18:43

Thousands of protesters from the Islamic Movement demonstrated in Nazareth on Saturday against the military-backed government's crackdown on deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's Islamist supporters and the Muslim Brotherhood, Army Radio reported.

Protesters called on Egyptian Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to stop the massacre of innocent civilians. Almost 800 people were killed in the past three days in clashes between Egyptian security forces and Muslim Brotherhood supporters in the country.

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