Tahrir Square: A Second Revolution

A protester, opposing Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, holds a sign during a protest demanding Mursi to resign at Tahrir Square in Cairo

A protester, opposing Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, holds a sign during a protest demanding Mursi to resign at Tahrir Square in Cairo

President Morsi has betrayed the Egyptian Revolution. A reported 15 million people has taken to the streets calling for Morsi to go. If the figures are true, the world’s biggest demonstration.

The Egyptian Army has given 48 hours notice of a coup, then a few hours later, said no, they are not plotting a coup, though a retired general speaking on BBC Radio 4 World Tonight, has said Morsi will be removed, but would not give details.

Muslim Brotherhood building in Cairo has been looted and set fire to. Muslim Brotherhood has been firing live ammunition at protesters.

A newspaper in Lebanon has reported that the No 2 in the Muslim Brotherhood, the thug behind Morsi, has had his bodyguards arrested for possession of illegal firearms and firing on activists.

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