First cut dr mohamed haneef statement on arrival, saying that he was taken away by security officials and that the security forces fired at him after he refused their demands that he hand over his passport to avoid a deportation order.
At least 14 others were injured during the incident in Giza. The police fired at four tear gas shells during the clashes that left at least 20 injured.
On Thursday night, a demonstration against police brutality in Giza, Egypt, took place, but security forces fired tear gas shells and stun grenades to disperse a peaceful protest which began hours before.
The protest is planned in Giza and other cities around the country on Friday and it will be held from 9 to 11 p.m.
In an interview with Egyptian news channel al-Yawm, a group of protesters, who call themselves “Gesellschaft der Deutschen Schule” (“the group that will s경주안마tand in the midst of the contradictions”), said that they were seeking to prevent a “paradise” for the police.
An article in the Cairo paper Al-Ahram states that 영양출장안마 영양안마the group “believes the state will always support the police for some of the reasons in the statement issued by Prime Minister Bishara in May, and does not have a firm plan for an uprising but is seeking to create one.”
According to these articles, the group is interested in “reducing the role of the police in public order and maintaining respect for the status quo, especially as this allows the state to preserve power.”
The group has also asked for “freedom of movement of activists, journalists, artists and civil society from the areas under its control, in order to build self-reliance, including from those that do not want the revolution.”
For his part, the Prime Minister said that the police force was acting in the interests of 영주출장샵the security forces and that “it would be very bad if they did not carry out their job for the people.” He also condemned the arrests of journalists and activists, and vowed that “any attack against the state will be met with force.”
In an interview with France 24 earlier this year, then-President Hosni Mubarak vowed that his security forces would “destroy and destroy the enemies of the state.”
In November 2015, the government’s new policy stated that the police, army, army reserve and Interior Ministry will be armed with a “complete arsenal” to safeguard “freedom, national unity and the security of the Egyptian state from terrorism.”
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