‘In pictures: Hundreds of young men and women march in “Free Peoples” movement in Talaat Harb Square,’ al-Ahram (Egypt), 22 January 2014

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Talaat Harb Square in downtown Cairo on Wednesday night, to express their negative feelings towards both the Muslim Brotherhood and the current regime.

بالصور.. المئات من الشباب والفتيات في مسيرة حركة “أحرار” بميدان طلعت حرب

٢٢ يناير ٢٠١٤

نظمت حركة “أحرار” بمساعدة بعض الحركات الثورية الأخرى مسيرة حاشدة تضم المئات من الشباب والفتيات، حيث كانت نقطة التجمع ميدان طلعت حرب وطافت الشوارع المحيطة به مرددة هتافات “ولا إخوان ولا عاوزين مرسى.. بس يا سيسى انسى الكرسى” و”يسقط يسقط حكم العسكر، والشعب يريد إسقاط النظام

وفى سياق متصل التحمت معهم مسيرة أخرى فى تقاطع شارع طلعت حرب مع شارع عبد الخالق ثروت، ورددوا هتافات “إيد واحدة، ثوار أحرار هنكمل المشوار

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Translation

In pictures: Hundreds of young men and women march in “Free Peoples” movement in Talaat Harb Square

22 January 2014

With the held of several other revolutionary movements, the “Free Peoples” movement organized a mass rally, attended by hundreds of young men and women. The meeting point was Talaat Harb Square and extended on the surrounding streets. The demonstrators chanted slogans such as: “No Ikhwan, No Morsi…But Sisi, forget about the (presidential) chair” and “Down, down with military rule, the people want the fall of the regime.”

In a related context, another rally joined with them at the intersection of Talaat Harb and Abdel Khalek Tharwat and chanted slogans such as: “Hand in hand, free revolutionaries will complete the journey.”

Translated by Kevin Moore.

Article available at al-Ahram.

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