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Salafi Leader Calls On Citizens to Defend Themselves Under Police Weakness

Former head of "Asala" Salafi Party, Adel Afifi, called on citizens on Monday to defend themselves and their property in the light of what he described as the weakness of police performance on the streets.

The Salafi (ultraconservative Muslim) leader told Aswat Masriya that the Brotherhood's position in the Friday clashes falls under Article 245 of the Penal Code that stipulate self-defence.

The clashes between the Islamist group's members and their opponents have left around 200 persons injured.

"The people must help the police in facing thugs, we cannot leave the whole matter to the police, who are fragile at this point," the Shura Council member said.

 

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Egypt's Brotherhood asserts right to protect headquarters, self-defence

Egypt's Brotherhood asserts right to protect headquarters, self-defence | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood said it has the right to protect its offices against attacks by protesters, referring to recent violent clashes between protesters and members of the Islamist group at the Brotherhood's headquarters last Saturday.

"We have the right to defend our buildings, using all possible ways, if the police force does not defend them," Mahmoud Hussein, the the group's general secretary said at a press conference on Thursday.

The protection of the corporations and buildings is the responsibility of the police, he stressed.


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