Reported by HMTIS: FRIDAY January 25, 2013: Egypt on second anniversary of the revolution some 100 people injured on the second day in recent clashes. Protesters were fired tear gas during clashes with police in all over the Egypt, including Cairo.
Thousands of protesters were gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, to submit their protest against President Mohammad Morsi, police had to fire tear gas to disperse the crowed. Recent figures shows some 61 people and 32 state servers were injured in Cairo, Suez and Alexandria, due to police fire tear gas and in response people pelted stones. Figures also confirmed by Interior Ministry of State. But emergency services and first aid reported 110 had been injured.
In Ismailia, many demonstrators broke into nearby legislature business settings after the base camp of the Muslim Brotherhood in the city were set on fire. Clashes erupted after govt. tried to block the way to the Tahrir Square by concrete blocks.
Bread, Freedom, Socaial Justice is the slogan which anti morsi movement just start using, and it is the same slogan which was used by opposition to expel out President Hosni Mubarak. The opposition party also called Muslim Brotherhood is of secular thinking and they don’t want Islamic system in Egypt. Tahrir Square is the symbolic origin of the 2011 uprising, and demonstrators gathered in front of the presidential palace, where anti-Morsi convention last December erupted into deadly clashes with Islamist supporters.
So far Muslim Brotherhood did not call its workers officially instead they launched a charitable and social initiative by calling “We will build Egypt together”. Mr. Morsi while delivering his official speech on Thursday at religious event Eid-Milaad-Un-Nabi, urged people to be peaceful and civilized on the event.
The savagery broke out in front of a court verdict owed on Saturday in the trial of portions of litigants over the most exceedingly awful football calamity in Egyptian history. More than 70 people were murdered in Port, Said in February the previous year throughout crashes in the Suez Canal city between fans of home side Al Masry and Diehard supporters Cairo's Al Ahly, reputed to be Ultras. Al Ahly supporters cautioned of violation dissents and "new revolution" if Saturday's verdict goes opposite them.