Pakistan Cyber Force: Tens of Thousands of Egyptians demand cutting relations with Israhell

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Tens of Thousands of Egyptians demand cutting relations with Israhell

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Thousands of Egyptian activists have taken to the streets of the capital, Cairo, and other major cities to voice their support for the Palestinian cause. Egyptians gathered at Cairo's Liberation Square -- the epicenter of the Egyptian revolution that toppled former president Hosni Mubarak's regime. The Cairo rally -- named a million-man march -- coincides with the anniversary of Israhell's occupation of Palestinian territories in 1948. Activists have called for a march to neighboring Gaza, which is under Israhell's siege. Meanwhile, several thousand also held protest outside the Israhelli consulate in Alexandria, calling for an end to Cairo's relations with Tel Aviv. They demanded their military rulers to abandon Israhell and lift the blockade on the besieged Gaza Strip. Protesters have threatened to continue massive protest rallies if the current government does not move to cut off ties with the Israhelli regime.

Egyptians attend an anti-Israhelli rally in Cairo's Liberation Square.
Egypt's political parties say the Gaza blockade serves the interests of Israhell and the USZ and threatens regional stability and independence. Under the USZ-backed Mubarak regime, Egypt consistently served Tel Aviv's objectives in the region by helping to impose a crippling blockade on the impoverished Strip after the democratically-elected Hamas government took control of the territory in 2007. The huge gathering also dubbed as national unity rally comes in the wake of the recent fatal sectarian unrest in Egypt. Sectarian clashes between Salafis and Coptic Christians in Cairo left at least 12 people dead and hundreds of others wounded last week. The protesters also want their unmet demands to be fulfilled. The demonstrators want Mubarak to be tried and the figures affiliated with his regime to be sacked.

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