Tahrir Square and other squares in Egypt Friday stood up for the dignity of the Egyptian women. Scores of thousands massed up in Squares chanting slogans in support of women dignity.
Moreover, the protesters called for handing over power to civilians, trying members of corrupt regime as soon as possible, on top of them the deposed president Hosni Mubarak, purging the media from remnants of the National Democratic Party and trying those involved in Mohamed Mahmoud Street and Cabinet incidents.
In Abbasiya, thousands massed up also in the "No to Sabotage Friday" protest.
Abbasiya protesters stressed the need for respecting the will of the people through polling boxes. They also called for the necessity of completing the transitional phase and parliamentary elections calmly for Egypt to cross this critical phase peacefully.
Abbasiya protestors also rejected the attack on the Armed Forces, as they have protected the revolution and currently lead the transitional phase according to a schedule that salvages the country from chaos.