Protests of June 30, 2013 against the Morsi Government in Egypt. (Institute of Middle Eastern, Islamic and Strategic Studies. By Sherifa Zuhur)

3 Jul

Here is all the footage from 6/30 – maybe you’d like to save it in one place and I will also provide a link to my blog: P

rotests of June 30, 2013. According to CNN/Google – 33 million protested. Other estimates were 14 million and 17 million (the Egyptian military estimate).

Just prior to the demonstrations of june, 30th, some began in Egypt as Tamarrod (Rebel) obtained 22 million, 14 thousand and 465 signatures on its call to withdraw confidence from Pres. Morsi’s government and call for new elections.

30th June in Cairo aerial footage – Qasr al-Nil bridge, Tahrir square and to Ittihadiyya

Still photo from Tahrir

and at Abdin

Tamarrud’s first declaration

Demo in Sharqiyya (Morsi’s hometown)

Protests on Haram Street (this photo might be inaccurate to the date)

Protests in Isma’iliyya

Women protesting in Mansoura

Still photo from Mansoura (huge crowds)

Dessouk protests. The man says at the beginning, “Today is the 30th of June …”

Demonstrations in Tanta

Demonstrations in Mahalla al-Kubra

Protesters in Tahrir at prayer time

Morsi supporters and one waving an al-Qa’ida flag

Protesters against Morsi in Zagazig shouting “Irhal (leave), irhal)”

Protesters in Aswan

Demonstration against Morsi in Alexandria

Shibin al-Qum calling for early elections

Demonstrators in Suez calling for Morsi’s resignation

Demonstrators in Sohag calling for Morsi to step down

The protest continued at night in Tahrir and into the next day,

And still protesting by July 2, 2013:

Clashes at Cairo University on July 2, 2013


3 Responses to “Protests of June 30, 2013 against the Morsi Government in Egypt. (Institute of Middle Eastern, Islamic and Strategic Studies. By Sherifa Zuhur)”

  1. ruleduke July 3, 2013 at 4:06 am #

    So what will happen now?

    • sherifazuhur July 4, 2013 at 10:15 pm #

      New interim president, arrests of those MB making threats and some others, and progress toward
      re-electing legislature, new Constitution and new president.

      • ruleduke July 5, 2013 at 1:14 am #

        lol. kind of cheap to wait until after the inqalab.

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