Peaceful Protests Turn Into Bloodbath in Egypt [Photo]
Egypt has declared a a month-long state of emergency after Egyptian security forces invaded two peaceful camps in Cairo protesting the ousting president Mohammed Morsi and subsequently began a bloodbath. Egyptian security forces bulldozed makeshift tents and removed hundred of protesters leading to ensuing chaos with at least 95 people were killed and 874 injured. For six weeks, Morsy supporters encamped at the two makeshift protest zones refusing to leave until Morsy was reinstated. Morsy became Egypt’s first democratically elected president in 2012 after a series of protests forced the former President Mubarak to rule ending his three decade long reign, but was ousted amid accusations of authoritarianism and collaborating with the militant group Hamas to carry out hostile acts.