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Published On: Fri, Aug 23rd, 2013

Hundreds protest at White House, calling Muslim Brotherhood terrorists and Obama administration ‘biased’

Hundreds gathered outside of the White House as Egyptian protesters, many Coptic Christians and Muslims all gathered to voice their outrage over President Barack Obama’s support of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Mohammed Morsi Egyptian President Muslim Brotherhood

Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are the targets of the White House protest
Mohammed Morsi, Egyptian President supported by the Muslim Brotherhoodphoto/Forcalgeria via wikimedia commons

“Don’t support terrorists!” protestor Hale Salem said. “Don’t support terrorists! Please, Mr. Obama I voted for you — don’t support terrorists.”

“He’s asking us as Egyptians to leave the terrorists in Egypt alone? To kill us, to kill our people? It’s not gonna happen,” another protestor declared.

The Muslims present were voicing their opposition against the Brotherhood.

“I’m a Muslim,” demonstrator Mina Khalifa said. “It’s not a Christian thing. It’s an Egyptian thing.”

Another Muslim protestor, Suzanne Elnahal, said, “They are terrorists; they have done so many problems in Egypt.”

This comes just a day after the White House included “Christians” in their statement denouncing the violence in Egypt.

The protests were organized by Coptic Solidarity, a Washington-based 501(c)(3) “devoted to helping the Copts of Egypt attain their inalienable human rights.”

“The objective is to expose and denounce the terrorist acts by the Muslim Brotherhood and its allies around the world, and to expose the bias of the Obama administration and the American media towards the Brotherhood,” the group said in a statement on its website.
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