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  כסלו 11, 5774 , 14/11/13

Morsi: There Will Be No Stability Until Coup Eliminated

Ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi accused Egyptian Armed Forces Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who announced the overthrow of the president following days of mass opposition protests, of "treason against G-d" and "treason against the whole nation by driving a wedge among the people of Egypt,” and that “Egypt would not regain its stability until "the military coup is eliminated and those responsible for shedding Egyptians' blood are held accountable.”

"The coup has begun to fall apart and will topple in the face of the steadfastness of the Egyptian people,” he warned

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