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July 2, 2013 10:40 am

Attempted Lynching of Muslim Brotherhood Supporter in Cairo in Broad Daylight (VIDEO)

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Screen shot of Muslim Brotherhood supporter being lynched in Egypt, June 2013. Photo: Channel 2 Israel.

Recent mass demonstrations in Egypt exposed not only violent discontent with politicians in the country, but with those that support them as well.

A video published by Israel’s Channel 2 shows a man—identified as a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, which currently runs the country— lying naked and bloodied while surrounded by a mob intent on harming him.

Eventually he was escorted to a nearby ambulance, but not without the mob following and taunting the man.

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  • Kiflemariam Melake

    I am sorry to say it, but the Muslim brotherhood crucified non-Muslims and Muslims who are moderate and do not support them during the earlier demo. it was not widely circulated. But, I have seen one article in this online service. I do not support such violence, but the Muslim Brotherhood must also get some brain not to harm Christians, Moderate Muslims and those that do not support them. Quoting sura 5:33 is irrelevant and its meaning is quite different from what the Egyptian MB used as a defense last time.

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