Mohamed Morsi Loyalists, Police Clash; Dozens Die

Mohamed Morsi Loyalists, Police Clash; Dozens Die

Supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi have attacked seven churches in Minya, torching four of them, while the death toll reached five because of clashes between the security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood’s supporters. (Also see: Mohamed Morsi Camp to Face Police Crackdown in 24 Hours)

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Mohamed Morsi Loyalists, Police Clash; Dozens Die

The clashes, were at least 130 people were injured, erupted during their attempts to storm six police stations in Minya governorate on Wednesday, in reaction to the security forces’ crackdown on the supporters of Mohamed Morsi’s protest camps in Cairo earlier today.

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The Mohamed Morsi loyalists set fire to four churches, including Virgin Mary’s Church and the Anglican Church. They also torched a hall subordinate to a monastery and a Coptic school in the city’s downtown area.

Scores of Muslim Brotherhood members attempted to break into Matai, Bani Mazar, Mallawi, Samallout and Abu Qerqas police stations and opened fire at them.

Police forces engaged with the attackers and fired teargas to disperse them.

Mohamed Morsi: Beltagi appears on TV, denies arrest

Senior Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed el-Beltagi appeared on several television channels on Wednesday, denying his arrest by the Egyptian authorities.

Security officials had said earlier that they arrested Beltagi whose daughter was killed in the crackdown against supporters of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday.

Mohamed Morsi supporters demonstration torch Mary Guirguis Church in Arish

Scores of ousted President Mohamed Morsi’s supporters torched Mary Guirguis Church in Arish on Wednesday and destroyed its main gate.

The attackers barged into the church, broke the cross and torched the church to the ground.

They also set two police vehicles on fire earlier today and attempted to storm Ber al-Abd police station in Arish.

Egypt banks and stock market close Thursday

All banks, including the Central Bank, will be closed and the stock market will suspend all of its operations on Thursday, Reuters said.

A violence wave swept the country on Wednesday as the Egyptian authorities began their crackdown on the sit-ins of ousted President Mohamed Morsi’s supporters.

Five dead in clashes between police, Mohamed Morsi supporters in Suez

Five people, including a woman, were killed in Suez on Wednesday when clashes between security forces and supporters of former President Mohamed Morsi broke out, a health ministry official said.

Around 50 others were injured in the clashes, said Mohamed al-Azizi, the health ministry’s undersecretary in Suez.

Four army tanks were torched to the ground by Mohamed Morsi’s supporters, a military source in Suez told Aswat Masriya.

Mohamed Morsi supporters set the Catholic Good Shepherd Church and the Fransiscan School in Suez on fire earlier today.

They also clashed with the police and army forces near a complex of government buildings in the city.

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Aswat Masriya English is the sister site of Aswat Masriya, which provides news and information about the general scene in Egypt. The websites are part of a Thomson Reuters Foundation initiative to enhance democracy through strengthening the media in Egypt. Along with a programme of training courses for journalists, it is hoped that the sites will promote democracy in Egypt by providing independent, balanced and accurate news and information to journalists and the public in this critical phase in Egypt’s history. Aswat Masriya has set content partnership agreements with prominent Egyptian media institutions like Al-Ahram newspaper and Al-Shorouk Newspaper.
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