5 December 2012

Egypt: Mursi Supporters, Opponents Tussle At FJP Headquarters in Suez

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has offered to hold dialogue with the opposition as the political crisis in the country is deepening. But ... ( Resource: Egypt's president offers to hold dialogue )

Brawls between President Mohamed Mursi's supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and his opponents erupted on Wednesday around the brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) headquarters in Suez.

Both parties hurled stones at each other around the area where the FJP headquarters is located, an eyewitness reported.

Anti-Mursi protests are still ongoing near the party headquarters amidst chants accusing members of the brotherhood of assaulting demonstrators at the presidential palace in Cairo.

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