The killings of at least 817 people by Egyptian security forces last year probably amount to a crime against humanity, Human Rights Watch says. A report by the US-based group says 1,000 or more people probably died in one day around Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque.
The deaths came during demonstrations broken up by Egyptian security forces. Executive director Kenneth Roth said the deaths were "one of the world's largest killings of demonstrators in a single day in recent history". ...
... HRW's report says Egyptian police and army "methodically opened fire with live ammunition on crowds" demonstrating against Mr Morsi's removal from power. The clearing of the protest camp at Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque on 14 August 2013 followed "a plan that envisioned several thousand deaths," according to the report. The rights group estimates that a minimum of 817 people died during the violence at the mosque but says the actual figure was more likely 1,000 or more. "Given the widespread and systematic nature of these killings," the report adds, "these killings most likely amount to crimes against humanity."IN ONE DAY, THE EGYPTIAN MILITARY KILLED AS MANY MUSLIM RADICALS AS THE IDF DID IN 3 WEEKS, YET THERE WERE NO PROTESTS.
THIS IS JUST MORE PROOF THE PROTESTS AGAINST ISRAEL WERE ANTISEMITIC AND THE PEOPLE WHO MARCHED AND CALLED FOR DIVESTMENT ARE ANTISEMITIC SCUM.
(BTW: HAMAS IS AN OFF-SHOOT OF THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD.)