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Morsi urges resistance in statement from detention

Former president Morsi lauds those protesting the current government


In a letter to supporters on Wednesday night, ousted president Mohamed Morsi urged Egyptians to resist the “coup government” in the face of former military chief Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s upcoming inauguration.

A supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and of ousted president Mohamed Morsi holds his poster during a rally in Cairo on November 4, 2013 (AFP FilePhoto)
A supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and of ousted president Mohamed Morsi holds his poster during a rally in Cairo on November 4, 2013 (AFP FilePhoto)

Morsi, who has been detained since his military-backed ouster on 3 July 2013, said he “spared no effort to fight corruption and criminality through legal procedures and revolutionary actions”.

The statement was published on Wednesday evening and said that last week’s presidential elections were met with “deafening silence” due to those who had declared a boycott of the poll.

The former president added: “All free nations have not recognised this criminal coup regime because of the continuing revolution of Egyptians and their commitment to its innovative peacefulness.”

The Muslim Brotherhood also released a statement on Wednesday, saying Al-Sisi’s election victory “will not change the fact of the coup, and it is known that it is build on falsehood and illegitimacy”.

Morsi is facing a litany of charges in at least four separate court cases, including inciting the killing of protesters, espionage, participating in a prison break and insulting the judiciary.

The Muslim Brotherhood and the Anti-Coup Alliance, backed by the former and other groups opposed to Morsi’soverthrow, have reiterated their belief that Morsi is Egypt’s “legitimate president” and boycotted January’s constitutional referendum and last week’s presidential elections.

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  • Intellectualist

    Deadenders. I think the psychiatric ward is his next stop.

    • Bittertruth

      Putting a lip stick on pig doesn’t change anything. A pig is a pig. A coup is a coup. Period.

  • Al Masry

    Cult mentality. The group founder, Hassan ELbana, claimed divinity even he was not accepted by the Al-Azhar to enroll to study Islam. BH leaders leaders contuse to spread their satanic version of Islam and kill other in name of Allah. It is sad to see simple people followed them blindly.

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  • Al Masry

    excellent idea. Keep shouting so we can identify you. LOL

  • Al Masry

    I love you Mr. Morsi for succeeding in exposing BH of Kazabeens to masses and contributed to it dissolution after 80 years of mayhem and lsatanic preaching of evil. Allah AKber.

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