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On 14 August 2013,
Egyptian security forces backed by the Egyptian army attacked two camps of
democracy supporters in Cairo: one at al-Nahda Square and a larger one at Rabaa
Al-Adawiya Mosque. The two sites had been used for peaceful sit-ins by the
protesters against the Coup d'???©tat that ousted President Mohamed Morsi, the
first democratically elected president in the Egyptian history, who was detained
on 3 July 2013 by the Egyptian military. The camps were raided after a six week
sit-ins and as a result of the massacres the camps were cleared out within
hours. The massacres were described by Human Rights Watch as the most serious
incident of mass unlawful killings in modern Egyptian history.
According to the Egyptian Health Ministry, controlled by military, 638 people
were killed on 14 August, with at least 3,994 injured. However, independent
resources put the number of deaths from the Rabaa sit-in alone at some 2,600.
The attacks were widely denounced by world leaders, with the exception of Gulf
Arab states: the U.A.E., Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, plus Jordan and Israel.
The massacres started shortly after 7:00 am, Egyptian police and army moved to
disperse the camps. By 8:00 the smaller camp, near Cairo University in Giza, was
cleared of protesters, but it took about 16 hours for police and army to take
control of the main sit-in site near the Rabaa al-Adawiya Mosque. The police in
riot gear used tear gas, rubber bullets, birdshot and live ammunition to
disperse the protesters while being supported by bulldozers to clear barricades
and covered by armoured vehicles and snipers on rooftops. Military helicopters
swooped low over the encampment and onboard snipers targeted several of the
Survivors and independent media correspondents accused police snipers of firing
at Rabaa protesters from the rooftop of surrounding buildings, and survivors
also testified that snipers fired down on those trying to flee or reach safety.
In the afternoon, the protesters managed to push the police back to the point
where they could get into a makeshift hospital. However, shortly before dusk,
soldiers and officers renewed their push, and the protestors were forced at last
to flee. The government forces seized control destroying what remained of the
sit-in camp setting the mosque and the makeshift hospital on fire. The hospital
was full of corps and injured, but still alive, protesters.
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