The Egyptians are fed up in protest against the coup regime, which is dominating the people, killing their children, stealing their money, destroying their property and violating their sanctities. In the context of protests and popular anger, a number of Egyptians were forced to confront the Sisi gang with shoes, tattoos, bricks and insults; What caused a lot of quarrels in the circles and interests of the coup government, which is governed by corruption and bribery, and does not provide a service to citizens, but rather tries to strip them of their money and seize every penny in their pockets.
In the following report, we monitor a number of quarrels and clashes, and the citizens’ defense of themselves in the face of the domination and compulsion of the military’s henchmen:
In the “Ain Shams” area, a contractor assaulted the head of the neighborhood, who tried to blackmail him while obtaining a building permit. The head of the neighborhood claimed that the contractor violated the building ban decisions during the last period. The head of the Ain Shams district also claimed before the coup prosecutor that he was assaulted by a number of people in front of the building in which he lives in Nasr City, while he was preparing to board the neighborhood car, which resulted in him falling to the ground, and he was taken to the hospital for treatment, as he put it.
He indicated that he was surprised by a group of people he did not know who they were, numbering 5, who beat him with tattoos and shoes, claiming that he did not know the reason behind this and that there was no animosity between him and anyone.
In Qalyubia governorate, some residents of Khanka attacked a number of officials and a force of the coup police during their attempt to implement decisions to remove what they called encroachments on agricultural lands and state property, even though they are houses where the people have resided for many years.
A number of people were arrested and investigations are underway.
Attacking police officers
In a video clip circulated on social media, it sparked widespread controversy among social media pioneers; It shows a person assaulting a police officer and dislocating his shoulders amid a force of policemen. A security official in the interior of the coup claimed that the incident was committed in the Omrania area. He indicated that the aggressor worked as a lawyer and was arrested. The official did not reveal the cause of the incident, which was the coup police attack on the lawyer’s office and his house without permission from the prosecution and without any judgments against him.
At Helwan General Hospital, a hospital employee alleged that two people assaulted him while he was servicing his car. He said that the dispute between him and the citizens preceded this infringement because he was prevented from entering the hospital by a case of them infected with Corona, claiming that as soon as they saw him in the Al-Masara area during the maintenance of his car, they beat him after the dispute renewed. And the Ma’sara Police Department’s investigations arrested the two people, claiming that they had received a report from citizen “HS”, an employee of Helwan General Hospital, accusing two people of assaulting him with knives.
In the French Kasr Al-Aini Hospital, in front of the intransigence of the officials and the failure of the doctors to treat a patient, which caused his death, a number of relatives of the deceased attacked the hospital and destroyed part of its contents, and one of their relatives had been shot due to disagreements with others, and hospital officials claimed that the families assaulted employees while preventing them of rioting. The Coup Security Directorate received a notification from the French Kasr Al-Aini Hospital that it had received a 25-year-old person, a representative of a shipping company, who was shot and could not be interrogated. Investigations claimed that the injured received treatment inside the hospital, and died of his injuries, which prompted a number of his relatives to assault a number of hospital workers and destroy some of its contents, believing that he had died as a result of not providing him with full medical care.
A message to the governor
In Gharbia Governorate, the coup authorities detained a woman from the city of Mahalla, claiming that she sent a message to the revolutionary governor, Tariq Rahmi, on “WhatsApp”, asking him to review his decisions, claiming that the message “disturbed” him. The Governor of Gharbia Al-Gharbiya Al-Gharbia Al-Gharbiyye filed an administrative complaint accusing a woman residing in the Ezbet Khader area in the Mahalla district of causing annoyance to him on his WhatsApp. The First Prosecution of Tanta began investigating a woman from the city of Mahalla, who was arrested in the governorate’s general office, on charges of insulting the governor of Gharbia, through a message on “WhatsApp.”
A state of indignation and anger prevailed among the people of Mahalla after news was published about the imprisonment of a woman from the Mahalla because of a message to the governor on WhatsApp after she asked him to review his decisions, claiming that the message disturbed him. The news confirmed that the woman spent her night in the first section of Tanta because of the intransigence of the governor against her and his intentional insult.
Source: بوابة الحرية والعدالة by fj-p.com.
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