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Egyptians rise again demanding Sisi “Get out”

Egypt (QNN)- Thousands of Egyptians went Friday to streets in different areas throughout the country, demanding Egypt’s dictator to get out and calling for overthrowing the military regime.

Protesters chanted slogans like “Get out Sisi”, “the people wants to overthrow the regime”, and “down with the military regime”.

Thousands of protesters flocked into streets following a football match between Zamaleek and Ahli teams responding to calls by businessman and actor Muhammad Ali, who appeared in trendy video footage, which exposed corruption by Sisi.

The hashtag “Tahrir square” trended on Twitter, referring to the main square in Cairo, from which the revolution in 2011 started, overthrowing deposed president Muhammad Husni Mubarak.

Egypt’s Sisi left the country to the United States to participate in a session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

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