by Jerome Roos on July 1, 2013
Military source claims that as many as 14 million could have mobilized across the country, which would constitute the largest protest in world history.
Egypt once more defied all expectations on Sunday, when Tahrir Square was re-occupied and millions took to the streets across the crisis-ridden country in an attempt to push President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood from power and resume the revolutionary process that was kick-started with the spontaneous popular uprising that toppled Mubarak in January and February 2011. While the protests remained mostly peaceful, the health ministry has reported that at least 16 people have died and 781 have been injured in inter-factional clashes since Sunday. Continue reading “Egypt: Millions on streets demanding Revolution”