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EGYPT

Muslim Brotherhood says no to police-enforced curfew, Al Qaeda flags spotted

7 p.m. Egypt time: Members of the Muslim Brotherhood flout a police-enforced curfew. 

The police announced on Facebook that they will enforce a 7 p.m. curfew throughout the country:

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“Curfew starting at 7 p.m. Notify your relatives and friends. We’ll enforce this with force and tenacity.”

A member of the Muslim Brotherhood responds as follows:

“Currently breaking the curfew in the city of Suez.” 

Meanwhile, Al Qaeda flags have been spotted among the protesters:

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“Flags of Al Qaeda were witnessed among gunmen in several regions.”

“AQ flags in Ramses [neighborhood in Cairo] and there’s one hour left for curfew.”

 

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