Egyptian celebrated the six anniversary og June 30 Revolution on Monday in Trocadéro, near Eiffel Tower – press photo
CAIRO - 1 July 2019: Dozens of Egyptian expatriates celebrated the sixth anniversary of June 30 Revolution on Monday in Trocadéro, near Eiffel Tower.
They began their celebration with a moment of silence for the civilian and security martyrs killed by terrorism.
The expatriates raised photos of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and signs bearing the names of the martyrs written in Arabicand French, announcing their solidarity with the Egyptian army in its war against terrorism in Egypt.
Another group of Egyptian expatriates in Austria celebrated the revolution anniversary in Vienna on Sunday.
Egypt witnessed on Sunday the sixth anniversary of June 30 revolution, or the epic civil uprising against the then-ruling outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group in 2013.
The popular uprising prevented numerous dark scenarios that could affect Egypt and the region, including the outlawed group’s call to declare Jihad in Syria without any understanding for the consequences of such a dangerous call.