Egyptens frigörelsekamp från muslimsk fascism leds av militären

Egypt Warns Pro-Morsi Protesters after 72 Killed in Weekend Clashes
Egyptian Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim on Sunday pledged to deal decisively with any attempts to destabilize the country after 72 died in weekend clashes in the deadliest outbreak of violence since the July 3 military coup. The Cairo violence took place when pro-Morsi protesters moved onto a main boulevard, only to be confronted by police and unidentified armed men in civilian clothes.
On Friday, millions again took to the streets in a show of support for Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, the military chief who ousted Muslim Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsi. (AP-Washington Post)

Bloodshed Rises in Streets of Egypt – Jeffrey Fleishman (Los Angeles Times)

Egyptian Security Forces Kill 10 Gunmen in Sinai (Al Arabiya)
Egyptian security forces killed 10 militants and captured 20 others in an operation in the Sinai Peninsula over the past two days, state news agency MENA reported on Sunday.
Egypt Launches Operation Desert Storm in Sinai – Abigail Hauslohner (Washington Post)
On Saturday, Egypt’s armed forces launched Operation Desert Storm in Sinai, Al-Ahram reported.
Since Egypt’s armed forces ousted President Morsi on July 3, militants have launched dozens of attacks on military and police checkpoints and bases across North Sinai, killing dozens.
Bedouin arms dealers said militants in recent days have launched shoulder-fired, Stinger anti­aircraft missiles at military aircraft, laid improvised bombs along roads, and fired barrages of bullets and RPGs at security personnel.
”Protests aren’t really in our nature,” Abu Ashraf, a powerful tribal leader and smuggler in North Sinai, said last week. ”Our nature is…,” he said, then stopped, smiled and pantomimed firing a gun.

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