Egyptians take to the streets against coupist Sisi
Egyptian people take to the streets in several cities, mainly the capital Cairo, chanting anti-coup dictator Sisi and calling for Sisi's resignation.
Egyptians took to the streets to protest the coupist Sisi in several cities, notably Cairo, the capital of Egypt.
Thousands of protesters marched towards Tahrir Square in Cairo, protested against the junta regime and its head, dictator Sisi, with his slogans, chanting "freedom now, justice, go now Sisi, one people one army, no more Sisi!"
The people took to the squares in protest against Sisi and demanded his resignation in Cairo, Alexandria, Suez, Dumyat, Mansura, and Sharqiyye on Friday evening.
Protesters began to shout slogans against the Sisi administration by walking to Tahrir Square, the gathering place of the people in the overthrow of Mubarak's regime.
Clash took place when Egyptian police intervened with the protesters. Police fired tear gas on some streets to disperse demonstrators while detaining some activists.
After the dispersal of the demonstrators chanting slogans against Sisi, it was observed that the junta regime took heavy security measures in Tahrir and Talat Harb squares and in the streets leading up to these squares.