MORE VIOLENT PROTESTS BREAK OUT IN EGYPT
At Least Six Dead
By Harold Hutchison
The “day of rage” protests promised by the Moslem Brotherhood have lead to at least six more deaths. This come after violent protests on Wednesday left over 500 people dead.
The protests began after Friday prayers, as tens of thousands of protestors stormed into the streets. The Moslem Brotherhood is demanding that Mohammed Morsi be returned to power. Morsi was deposed on 3 July. According to a report by CBN.com, Christian churches are being targeted by the Moslem Brotherhood.
The Egyptian government announced a month-long state of emergency after the violence Wednesday. The Obama Administration has canceled the 2013 Bright Star exercise in response to Wednesday’s violent confrontation.