On the sidelines of the massacre book… The army led the massacre of October 6, 2013 – Freedom and Justice Gate

On October 6, 2013, less than two months after the Rabaa al-Adawiya massacre, the Egyptian army and police forces opened fire on peaceful demonstrators, killing between 57 and 120 martyrs, according to preliminary estimates. Cairo and Giza received the largest number.

The massacre was even more regrettable because it coincided with the anniversary of the October War, so “the Glory” was placed between quotation marks, so that the army committed a new massacre, adding to its series of massacres since the July 3, 2013 coup. Maidan at the same time at the level of Egypt.

Observers believe that the military wanted to make the anniversary of the October 6 victory a sad day in many homes in Egypt, which did not go out until to confirm the 1973 victory and the belief in its combative doctrine that removed the Zionists from a large part of Sinai.

Memory results
The October 6, 2013 massacre resulted in martyrs and dozens of injured, and their initial estimates reached 391 injured, in addition to 1130 detainees. The distribution of martyrs and detainees, in addition to Cairo and Giza, the governorates of Minya and Beni Suef, and the fall of about two hundred wounded, while the coup forces arrested hundreds of others in connection with the case 10325 of 2013 Azbakeya Criminal .

And with the sound of handshake, in Tahrir Square, the bullets of the army and police broke the skulls of the demonstrators who rejected the coup in Dokki and in front of the Al-Fateh Mosque, and prevented the demonstrators from entering Tahrir on its outskirts from both sides of Ramses Street and Ambulance Square, and others from the west; Al-Tahrir Street in Dokki and its surroundings on Mossadeq Street, Mohandessin and the hero Ahmed Abdel Aziz.

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The attacking forces used live bullets, Grenovs, tank cannons, and dark and deadly tear gas grenades, and the violence of the army and police and the infiltration of thugs among the “honorable citizens” among the demonstrators. With unprecedented crime.

The survivors of the killing and injury who went out to commemorate the anniversary were not spared the systematic arrests and kidnappings. The number of arrests on the anniversary of October 2013 reached more than 300 people in various regions, including 25 detainees in Delga, where the revolutionary activities in the village of Delga topped the list of anti-coup activities on that day .


politicized judiciary
Subsequently, the politicized judiciary punished 63 of the detainees, with 15 years in prison and a fine of 20,000 pounds, while 5 others were sentenced to 10 years in prison and a fine of 5,000 pounds, on trumped-up charges that varied between “intentional murder” and “damaging public property” in the Ramses 6 events. October 2013.

On October 6, 2013, the Egyptian army did not find an enemy to shoot live bullets except for the people who demonstrated against it peacefully in protest against its coup against legitimacy. His coup on July 3, 2013 and so far.

In October 2013, the movement began in the combat doctrine, from “Israel is an enemy” to “the Egyptians are an enemy,” and everyone heard the voices of Egyptian officers threatening to occupy Gaza and the rest of the Palestinian territories, and officials of Gulf countries and Arab ownership openly moved after years of secrecy to meet with Zionist officials to discuss normalization free of charge.
The Algerian writer Hussein Laqra says, “These are sad comparisons between our glorious reality 40 years ago and our bitter reality now. The first, but now the rulers have changed, and the interest in the Palestinian issue has fallen to the bottom of the list of concerns, and the Arab media have forgotten it. They only mention it occasionally and at the bottom of the news, and the Zionist entity is no longer an enemy of the Arabs, and its 300 nuclear warheads mounted on missiles are no longer capable of reaching any An Islamic or Arab city, which poses any danger, rather Hamas and the resistance factions have become the enemy that must be plotted to discourage it.”

witnesses
And without eyewitnesses to the massacre, each of his sides witnessed his observations on October 6, 2013, and Qassem (@qassimov911) wrote, “October 6, 2013 I was in Dokki in a very large demonstration. I got a bullet, I went back to the side, and the north came to me, and I came to the sidewalk to write to me another life. More than 50 people were martyred on that day, demanding their right to freedom.
He added, “People at that time were cursing the demonstrators and handing them over to the police, and thugs smashing them up to six, and I saw people’s brains on the ground, and a young man named Mahmoud, and I saw six women who were unable to run, and the Arabic “Hammer” was bought by the police, the dirty girl, in front of my eyes, entering from the beginning of the street hitting people. around me, trees are falling, and banners are piercing my side.”
And about an accompanying atmosphere, he indicated that all of this and the people are hilarious, and she says to the police, “Kill them, such-and-such children.” Today, people are coming down, saying to Sisi, “Leave. No matter how much we bring together a common goal, I will never forgive them in general.”

Mahmoud (@msmz1992) told about a scene from that day that we are not interested in describing the beating: “These days exactly remind me of a demonstration that was October 6, 2013 after the ouster of President Morsi, may God have mercy on him, and we were trying to enter the square and the army was stupidly beaten and many people died. From my uncle’s daughters, and after all this beating, people have separated from each other, and people have grieved for people.”

Bilal Wahb (@BelalWahb) said in the year following the massacre, “One year has passed since one of my toughest days, after the day of the Rabaa dispersal.. October 6, 2013, in the Mossadeq Street massacre in Dokki, young men were slaughtered to the tune of the army’s dance in Tahrir.”

engraved date
Commenting on the event, Counselor Walid Sharabi wrote, “October 6, 1973, a date engraved in our hearts. his people to enable a traitor to seize power and steal the homeland.”
Fanara (@FANARAH2) added, “I was celebrating #October_73, but I thought about the army’s crime on October 6, 2013 in Dokki neighborhood.”
And the social media still remembers the martyr Ibrahim Zalat, the martyr of October 6, 2013, who was killed by the Egyptian army on behalf of Bani Zion, and the martyr Rafaida Seif, a student at the Faculty of Pharmacy in the second year, who was martyred by police bullets in Beni Suef on October 6 2013, along with the martyr, God willing, Abd al-Rahman Ahmed, The martyr of treachery on October 6, 2013, a student at the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, the third division of the Communications Department. He was known for his good heart and good manners. He was always when someone needed something from him, he always stayed by his side and was very committed, this is how our martyrs were. As for Adham Hassanein, brother of Ahmed Assem Hassanein, he wrote “Beware of the October 6 victory celebrations, you will forget the massacres of the soldiers on October 6 in Dokki, Mataria and other Egyptian regions.”


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