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Friday of Anger .. Communication sites mobilize against Sisi

It seems that the expansion of the demonstrations calling for the departure of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, and the continuation of them for three consecutive days, surprised Sisi’s supporters, and perhaps his opponents as well, encouraged activists and prompted them to launch a label calling for the mobilization of Egyptians in major demonstrations next Friday.

Under the slogan “Friday of Rage,” activists and politicians called for capitalizing on the momentum created by the demonstrations of the past days, and escalating the popular movement towards major demonstrations demanding the departure of Sisi.

Egyptians have known the term “Friday of Rage” since the revolution of 25 January 2011, when Friday, January 28 witnessed the largest demonstrations and confrontations with the security forces. The demonstrators succeeded in storming Tahrir Square and forcing the police to withdraw, which prompted the army to move and take the initiative, and this eventually led To the resignation of the late President Hosni Mubarak after 30 years in power.

On the other hand, activists said that the Egyptian authorities are also preparing to gather supporters to demonstrate on Friday, as well, to confront the anti-regime demonstrations.

Tweeters said that the system is using its traditional tools in mobilization, by forcing employees and workers to participate, as well as paying money and providing meals to some of the poor in order to increase the numbers.

The movement of the Egyptian authorities, which activists are talking about, comes at a time when the hashtag (# Friday_Anger_September 25) came out on the communication sites, before some shortened it to (# 25 September), and thousands of tweeters participated in it with comments, pictures and wishes for success today in confronting Sisi, and the hashtag also shared the hashtag (# Al-Sisi is an enemy of God), which is the common chanting among most of the demonstrations of the past days.

Those calling for the “Friday of Anger” stressed that it is not the decisive day in the popular movement, but rather an escalation and a new step forward, and that the movement will continue after that until the popular demands for the departure of Sisi and his regime are fulfilled.

Egypt is currently witnessing a popular movement and mounting anger on communication sites to demand the departure of Sisi, in protest against the deterioration of living conditions, the nationalization of political life, the decline of Egypt’s role regionally and internationally, as well as the abandonment and surrender of Egypt’s rights, especially in the waters of the Nile and the abandonment of the islands of Tiran and Sanafir to Saudi Arabia.

The interesting thing is that these demonstrations were mostly confined to small villages and the outskirts of Cairo, through sporadic rallies and chants condemning Sisi, which prompted the activists to try to escalate and create greater momentum after the next Friday prayer, especially since the memory of Egyptians still maintains that most of the major demonstrations took place after the Friday prayer Since the January Revolution.

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