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Egypt: Videos & Photos Show Military & Police Massacring 50+ Pro-Morsi Supporters

Update: As the fallout of the massacre conducted by the police and the Egyptian military continues, more videos and evidence support the thesis that this massacre was planned and coldly executed. The video below (video 1) and the pictures show an Egyptian soldier standing behind barricades, shielded by his colleague, not under attack or any immediate threat, taking aim, picking his targets, and shooting in complete cold-blood at pro-Morsi supporters. He does that several times during the video. What is even more troubling, he seems to be enjoying himself and even laughing. Is this the behavior of a soldier under assault? Or is it the behavior of cold-blooded sniper/killer who’s been ordered to inflict the maximum damage possible? How many did he kill?

Video 1

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Video 2

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SEE: A Sniper on a roof top picking out targets and taking them out (at second 48)

This is a 28 minute video that shows the events that led to the killing of 50+ pro-Morsi supporters on July 8th. What we clearly see in this video is that the early assault was given before the morning prayer–Salat Al-fijr. Moreover, the assault was given by the police and the military–i.e., the Republican Guard–was just acting as a support unit that backed the assault. The Republican Guard’s role was a supporting role–a passive role, and not an active one. In addition, this assault seemed to be planned ahead. It doesn’t look like the police were reacting or responding to a threat. They deployed their forces slowly, methodically, and advanced toward the square held by the pro-Morsi supporters. They didn’t rush. They didn’t show any sign that they were responding to a lethal threat.

This video clearly raises more questions about the official version presented to the press and the media yesterday by the Egyptian military establishment.

Questions such as: If the police gave and spearheaded the assault, why does the official version presented by the Egyptian military state that it was the Republican Guard that gave the assault? If the pro-Morsi supporters attacked the Republican Guard as the Egyptian military claims, why did the police then respond to the attack and not the Republican Guard? How come the police seemed to be prepared and acted deliberately? All of these questions raise another important one: was this attack and assault planned ahead? If so, by whom?

Video 3

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Video 4

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Video 5

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Video 6

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Video 7

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Video 8

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Video 9

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  1. Frank B
    July 9, 2013 at 6:02 pm

    I saw your comments on Cole’s blog and i thought you made a whole lot of sense. But i am not sure how this crisis is going to end. It seems, as you said it in one of your comment, that this is going to end badly and we need to stop cheering for one side over the other.

    When i think about it for one second, i think the military made a monumental mistake by removing the president. It’s a coup, there is not doubt it. However, i’m not sure if the president was a good one. So i have more questions than answers really, but deep down, i think they should’ve let him finish his term. That’s how things should be anyhow

    • July 9, 2013 at 7:47 pm

      I think Juan Cole lost all objectivity. What i don’t understand is that he still thinks that he is objective. I am not sure how he’s doing that. Must have one hell of a cognitive dissonance🙂

  2. Fareed
    July 9, 2013 at 5:58 pm

    أين هل وجدت هذا الفيديو ؟

  3. Steven Zoary
    July 9, 2013 at 5:56 pm

    So you think the military did this in purpose? I don’t understand why they would do that in purpose? What’s their motive?

    • July 9, 2013 at 7:48 pm

      Let’s flip the argument: do you think the MB did that in purpose? What’s their motive?

  4. Al Gerring
    July 9, 2013 at 5:54 pm

    Are you with this MB guys? Is that who you are supporting? Why don’t you leave the egyptians decide for themselves. The street spoke

    • July 9, 2013 at 7:50 pm

      No, but i am sure with the democratic propose, and certainly not with the military. That much i know: they had an election, a candidate won fair and square, therefore he needs to finish his term. You wanna kick out of office? Win the next elections.

  5. رامي
    July 9, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    فيديو فظيع. وهذا يبين بوضوح أن الجيش أعطى الهجوم. وقتل العديد من الأبرياء.

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