Over 30 marches to “bring down coup” planned

Over 30 marches to “bring down coup” planned

Rabaa Al Adaweya pro-Morsi sit it which has been ongoing for over three weeks (File Photo by Mohamed Omar/DNE)

Rabaa Al Adaweya pro-Morsi sit it which has been ongoing for over three weeks
(File Photo by Mohamed Omar/DNE)

This Friday’s marches have been dubbed by former president Mohamed Morsi’s supporters as the “Friday of bringing down the coup.”

They plan to hold 33 marches after Friday prayers to raise their demand. The Freedom and Justice Party released a list of the marches inside Cairo and Giza, adding that marches will also be held “in all of Egypt’s governorates.”

Of all the marches 21 are in the Governorate of Cairo and the remaining 12 are in Giza.

Shubra residents march starts from Al-Khazendar Mosque. Marches will also take off from Al-Soheib Al-Roumi Mosque in Al-Sharabeya, Al-Quds Mosque in Al-Marg and from Al-Alf Maskan area. Residents of Al-Matareya and Al-Zaytoun will march from Nour Al-Mohamadi Mosque and Al-Aziz Billah Mosque, respectively.

In Shubra Al-Kheima, there will be a march starting at Al-Taqwa Mosque. A march will also begin from Al-Fath Al-Khalafawi Mosque in Al-Mamaleek Square.

Marches are also planned to start at Al-Hamad Mosque in the Fifth Settlement and Al-Mahdy Mosque in Al-Salam City.

In Helwan and Maadi, marches will start at Al-Maraghy Mosque and Al-Riyadh Mosque, respectively.

Two marches are starting in Ramses, one at Al-Fath Mosque and the other at Al-Galaa Mosque. Similarly, two marches will take off in Masr Al-Qadeema, one starting at Amr Ibn Al A’as Mosque and the other at Abu Gamous Mosque.

Marches are set to take off from Abu Bakr Al-Sedeeq Mosque in Dar Al-Salam, Al-Tawheed Mosque in Ghamra and Al-Nour Mosque in Abbassiya, as well as Al-Rahman Al-Raheem Mosque on Salah Salem Street.

There will also be a march from Al-Salam Mosque in Nasr City.

In Giza, marches are planned to start at Al-Istiqama Mosque in Giza Square, Assad Ibn Fourat Mosque in Dokki, as well as Khaled Ibn Al-Walid Mosque in Kit Kat. Two marches are planned in Mohandeseen, from Mostafa Mahmoud and Al-Maghfera mosques.

Marches will start at Al-Sabah Mosque, Al-Rahma Mosque and Mashary Mosque, all three located in Al-Haram area. Two marches will start at 6 October Al-Hossari and Ragheb mosques. Finally, marches are set to begin at Al-Tawheed Mosque on Faisal Street and Khatem Al-Morsalein Mosque in Al-Omraneya.

It is unclear where the marches will converge or where they are headed since no final destination for the marches was announced.

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