Egypt: “We Don’t Need Permission To Protest”

The draconian anti-protest law imposed by the military regime will not deter Egyptians from returning to the streets to reclaim the January 25 Revolution.

To you at whose side we struggle,

On November 26, 2013, we saw the first implementation of a new Egyptian law effectively banning any and all protest not approved and regulated by the Ministry of Interior. This is the same Interior Ministry whose soldiers have killed thousands of protesters, maimed tens of thousands and tortured unknown others in recent years. This security apparatus is acting with renewed arrogance since the July coup that returned the Egyptian Army to a position of direct authority.

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