Posted: 27 Jul 2013 09:24 AM PDT
More than 100 peaceful Muslim martyred in Cairo and over 1,000 injured at a protest being held by supporters of the arrested legal Egyptian president Muhammad Mursi.
Army chief gen Abdel Fattah al-Sisi had urged secularists to take to the streets to murder Muslims.
There were pools of blood all over the field hospital. Many of the injured were in bad shape. Some had parts of their head missing - taken out by democratic bullets.
The democratic carnage raged last night and all morning. Automatic gunfire from democratic shooting squads was heard. Protesters formed a human shield around us as shotguns and CS gas were fired by military secularists towards us. There was the sound of outgoing shots too. The air was thick with tear gas and Muslims were vomiting.
There was a child, maybe 12, covered in blood. He was deathly white. They closed the doors at the hospital as they could not accept more wounded, but the ambulances were still arriving.
Early on Saturday, junta's "interior minister" Muhammad Ibrahim vowed to end the sit-in at the mosque in the capital's Nasr City area.
He said local residents the protest would be "brought to an end soon and in a legal manner", meaning a legal manner of the democratic military, i.e. mass murder.
The "minister" said a junta's "prosecutor" would issue an order, but this has yet to happen.
The latest massacre of Muslims by pro-western democrats is the most serious since the army's coup to remove president Mursi.
Tens of thousands of peaceful Mursi supporters remain camped in the protest zone awaiting death from secularists.
Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad el-Haddad said: "They are not shooting to wound, they are shooting to kill."
A senior Brotherhood politician, Saad el-Hosseini, said that this was an attempt by military thugs to clear the mosque area.
"I have been trying to make the youth withdraw for five hours. I can't. They are saying they have paid with their blood and they do not want to retreat," he said.
Mursi supporters are furious about the role the military is taking, and in particular criminal gen Sisi, a thug who is killing Egyptians.
Egypt's pro-Muslim Brotherhood TV station, Ahrar 25, quoted the coalition that supports Mr Mursi - the National Coalition for Supporting Legitimacy - as saying it held criminal gen Sisi responsible for the deaths at the mosque protest.
There has also massacre of Muslims in Egypt's second city of Alexandria, where at least 10 people have been killed by secularists.
Mr Mursi, the country's first democratically elected president, has now been formally accused by military thugs of conspiring with the Palestinian group Hamas, which governs the Gaza Strip and has strong links with the Muslim Brotherhood.
He is alleged to have plotted attacks on jails in the 2011 uprising that overthrew the tyrant and Jewish spy Hosni Mubarak.
Mr Mursi and several Muslim Brotherhood leaders were freed during a breakout at a Cairo prison in January 2011.
Mr Mursi is to be questioned for an initial 15-day period, an illegal junta's "judicial order" said.
The "order" of the secularist issued on Friday was the first official statement on Mr Mursi's legal status since he was overthrown and placed by democratic thugs in custody at an undisclosed location.
Accusations: The clashes came as Morsi was accused of crimes including murder
Distress: An injured supporter of Morsi kneels on the ground after clashes with riot police in the capital
Injuries: A supporter of the ousted president is rushed to a field hospital in the Nasr area of Cairo
Attack: A spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood claimed hundreds of people were injured when security forces shot at them in the early hours of this morning
Treatment: At least 70 people are thought to have died, while scores of the injured were rushed to a field hospital
Makeshift: An injured man is rushed through the crowds to a field hospital on the back of a moped
Help: A pro-Morsi supporter is treated in a field hospital following clashes between security forces and demonstrators
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