Ikhwan releases statement on anniversary of Adawiya and Nahda massacres
Mithat Haddad, one of the members of the Shura Assembly of Ikhvan al-Muslimeen, issued a statements on the anniversary of the massacres in Rabaa al-Adawiya and al-Nahda squares in Egypt.
Haddad recalled that they have entered the 6th anniversary of the massacre in al-Nahda and Rabaa al-Adawiya.
Saying that thousands of people had flocked to both these squares to protest coupists, Haddad said, "The only intention of these people was to support Egypt's first elected President, Mohamed Mursi, and not to accept the coup."
"More than 3,000 people martyred in a single day"
Haddad stated that the coupist soldiers attacked on unarmed civilians and that more than 3,000 people have been martyred in a single day.
"These soldiers were, unfortunately and very regrettably, the Egyptian people's own soldiers. Those soldiers, whose mission were to protect their own people, pointed guns at the children of the homeland and fired."
Saying that more than 3,000 people have been killed by coupist soldiers in a single day, Haddad described that day as a very horrifying scene. "It was the bloodiest and most human day in our era."
"The day will come when those involved in this crime will be tried and held accountable"
"The chief actor of all this were first Abdel Fattah Sisi, the commander of the army and then Mohamed Ibrahim, Egyptian Interior Minister," Haddad said.
"That day will never be erased from the minds of the Egyptians. The anger of the Egyptian people will not rest until there is a fair retaliation against those who carried out this massacre."
"Even if they [coupists] feel comfortable and free today, by Allah's permission, the day will come when those involved in this crime will be tried and held accountable.
Everything is collapsing in Egypt with 6 years of military rule
Stating that there is a collapse in every field I Egypt with the 6 years of military administration, Haddad continued as follow:
"Look at Egypt now. Everything about politics, the economy, society, culture, ideas and opinion, everything about agriculture, fabricating and trade collapsed.
Almost everything was destroyed. Egypt's current situation exactly reminds us of Gamal Abdel Nasser's period.
The same happened in Turkey too. Egyptian military did the same thing what Turkish soldier did at coup night in Turkey.
Similar things have happened in many countries. The coupists are the same everywhere."
Haddad stated that they want the Egyptian people be ruled by a civilian election again. "But with all his military means, Sisi stands against it, and Europe and America, who claim to be defenders of democracy and freedom, do not lack support for his crimes."
At the end of his statements, Haddad noted that Saudi and UAE support Egypt with arms and goods to break the fight of people and their demands.