Forgotten Heroes of Mohamed Mahmoud Street – تذكير: لمن نسى ما حدث في شارع محمد محمود

The first gallery combines pictures of the mass Friday, November 18, 2011 protests planned and called for mainly by the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafi movements, and the clashes that started on Saturday, November 19, 2011 after all Islamists forces evacuated the square and left behind a very small group of civil protesters.

المجموعة الأولى من الصور تجمع بين صور مليونية يوم الجمعة، ١٨ نوفمبر ٢٠١١، التي دعت إليها  جماعة الاخوان مسلم والحركات السلفية، و صورالاشتباكات التي بدأت يوم السبت ١٩ نوفمبر، ٢٠١١ بعد انسحاب كل قوى الإسلاميين تاركه مجموعة صغيرة جدا من المتظاهرين المدنيين

A protester overcome with tear gas inhalation sits on the curb during clashes with the Egyptian riot police near the interior ministry in downtown Cairo, on November 20, 2011. (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)

The second gallery shows pictures of the continued clashes of Mohamed Mahmoud st. as the clashes got more intense on the days of 21,22, and 23 November, 2011.

المجموعة الثانيه من الصور توثق بعض ملامح الاشتباكات في شارع محمد محمود بعد أن زادت حدتها في أيام ٢١، ٢٢ و ٢٣ نوفمبر ٢٠١١

A protester throws a tear gas canister, which was earlier thrown by riot police during clashes along a road which leads to the Interior Ministry, near Tahrir Square in Cairo, on November 22, 2011. Egyptians frustrated with military rule battled police in the streets again on Tuesday as the generals scrambled to cope with the cabinet’s proffered resignation after bloodshed that has jolted plans for Egypt’s first free election in decades. (Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh)

آخر كلام: عربجية الأمن المصري ونعتذر للعربجية

The feeling inside Mohamed Mahmoud St. November 21, 2011 - ما كان يحدث في شارع محمد محمود ليلة نوفمبر ٢١، ٢٠١٢

The walk up to the Mohamed Mahmoud St. Front Lines,

November 22, 2011

 - الصفوف الأولى في شارع محمد محمود نوفمبر ٢٢، ٢٠١٢

 

 أحداث محمد محمود

Mohamed Mahmoud War Drums, November 22, 2011

إزاي- محمد منير- أحداث محمد محمود كاملة

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