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Down with SCAF!

While walking in downtown Cairo, I came across a small protest young men and children, chanting against SCAF and calling for the execution of Field Marshal Tantawi.

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The state-run unions, loyal servants of SCAF

In the past, the state-backed unions played a central role in controlling and/or mobilizing the working class on behalf of Mubarak. Today, the continue to be the loyal servants of the regime and its new masters, the army junta. The state-run federation general unions incited against the February 11th general strike calls in the media

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Defacing the Presidential Palace

During the MoD march yesterday, young protesters sprayed anti-SCAF graffiti, calling for the execution of Field Marshal Tantawi, on the walls of the presidential palace in Kobri el-Kobba.

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Downtown Cairo clashes

Confrontations continued on Saturday with the Interior Ministry’s Central Security Forces in Muhammad Mahmoud, Mansour and Fahmy Streets. Protests and similar clashes took place in Suez and Daqahliya. More protests are planned today Sunday.

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Marching on Tahrir

Thousands marching on Tahrir from Giza, crossing the Qasr el-Nil Bridge, as clashes with the police troops flare in Mansour Street.

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