Egypt's overthrown President Mohamed Morsi died

Egypt's overthrown President Mohamed Morsi died

With various protests, supporters of the overthrown former president of Egypt Mohamed Morsi testified their support with their idol.

After the fall of Hosni Mubarak in the wake of the Arab Spring, Morsi became Egypt's first freely elected president. Morsi, who was close to the Muslim Brotherhood, was overthrown by the military in a coup on July 3rd, 2013 after sustained mass protests by the population.

Mohamed Morsi died on June 17th, 2019.

Pictures are from 2013-2014.

Protest against the regime in Syria: "Berlin For Idlib - We Are The Love"

Protest against the regime in Syria: "Berlin For Idlib - We Are The Love"

Under the motto "Berlin For Idlib - We Are The Love" Syrian opposition members, including refugees, are gathering in Berlin to protest against the continuing bombardment of the province of Idlib by the regime of Bashar al-Assad and his ally Russia.

On signs and in chants, participants demand the withdrawal of Russian and Iranian troops, as well as pro-Iranian militias such as Lebanese Hezbollah. They also advocate the overthrow of the regime and a free, democratic Syria.

At the end of the meeting, white balloons are released into the sky. This action takes place simultaneously in several cities.

The background to this is the ongoing fighting around the province of Idlib in Syria, in which up to three million civilians are trapped. The region is still partly held by insurgents. Many civilians were previously driven to Idlib by the Syrian army and its allies from other provinces and are now trapped there. Russia and the regime are accused of systematically conducting a campaign against civilians by bombing hospitals and other civilian facilities.

Commemoration of the Syrian freedom fighter Abdul Baset al-Sarout in Berlin

Commemoration of the Syrian freedom fighter Abdul Baset al-Sarout in Berlin

Several hundred people gathered in Berlin to commemorate Abdul Baset al-Sarout, who died two days earlier in battles against troops of the Syrian regime. Abdul Baset al-Sarout died as commander of the rebel group Dschaisch al-'Izza in a Turkish hospital after being seriously wounded at Kafr Nabudah.
Participants chanted for an end to the regime of dictator Bashar al-Assad and freedom for Syria.

Al-Sarout was an icon of the revolution in Syria. The former goalkeeper of Syria's U-20 national football team became known as a singer during the 2011 uprising against the regime of Dikator Bashar al-Assad.

Hundreds attended the annual Al Quds march in Berlin

Hundreds attended the annual Al Quds march in Berlin

Hundreds of people in Berlin take part in the annual Al-Quds march through the West Berlin city centre.

The core of the demonstration's demands is the destruction and, until then, the boycott of Israel.

As an alibi against accusations of anti-Semitism, members of the Jewish splinter group Neturei Karta, who reject the state of Israel on religious grounds, are taking part again this year. The right-wing extremist Uwe Meenen (NPD) takes part in the opening rally.

This year, apparently under pressure from the public discussion, the organizer is paying even more attention than usual to compliance with police requirements. According to the organizer, the police are now threatening to break up the demonstration if Israel continues to be called a "child murderer" in chants.

During the march, participants show the flags of Iran, Yemen and the regime in Syria.

On the fringes of the march there are smaller protest rallies and word battles with pro-Israeli activists. Strong police presence separates the opponents.

Hundreds protested in Berlin against the Quds Day march

Hundreds protested in Berlin against the Quds Day march

Around 400 people demonstrated their solidarity with Israel and their rejection of anti-Semitism in a demonstration through Berlin. The protest march was organized by left-wing groups.

The occasion was the Al-Quds march, a march against Israel propagandistically organized by Iran, which took place on the same day. The pro-Israeli protest ended near the opening rally of the Al Quds march.