Muslim Brotherhood venues attacked in Tripoli protests

Tripoli, 27 July 2013:

Hundreds of Tripoli residents descended on Martyrs’ Square in the early hours of this morning to protest against the Muslim Brotherhood, in solidarity with Benghazi.

In what is believed to be one of the largest demonstrations the capital has seen, the long-standing Political Isolation Law (PIL) tent in one corner of the square, which was manned mainly by members and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, was attacked and damaged.

Protestors also stormed the headquarters of the Justice and Construction Party (JCP) and the National Forces Alliance (NFA). Windows were reportedly smashed in both . . .

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