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Solidarity Strike Outside Interior Mi...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Strike In Front Of Internal Ministry ...
Internal Ministry, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Strike In Front Of Internal Ministry ...
Internal Ministry, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Tamarod - The "Rebellion" against Morsi
Cairo, Egypt
By zeer news
17 May 2013

Tamarod (Rebellion), is an Egyptian campaign launched by a coalition of groups and movements of the civil society to demand the resignation of President Morsi.
Whenever confronted with critics, waves of protests and clashes, the Muslim Brotherhood constantly repeats that Morsi was democratically elected by more than 13 million people. Thus, Tamarod aims to collect by the end of June, 15 million signatures of people who are asking for Morsi's resignations and early elections.
The initiative - highly symbolic since it has no legal basis in the Egyptian constitution - is gaining ground thanks to the volunteers who are copying and distributing the forms everywhere in the country.

The video is 2 minutes and 18 seconds long and it features interviews and images of people signing the petition.

SHOT LIST
1- woman stopping taxis to give them the form, telling them "It's against Morsi"
2- interview in english with a volunteer. "The goal of Tamarod... we want to explain that we refuse the Muslim Brotherhood regime and Morsi as well"
3- woman distributing the form. Two women walk past saying "We don't want him (Morsi)"
4- interview with second female volunteer. "We are collecting 15 millions petitions... 15 Million petitions, to tell the public opinion in Europe and in Egypt that Morsi has to resign".
5- Three shots of the second volunteer collecting signatures and showing the papers.
6- close shot of woman holding the "Tamarod" petition. In the background we can hear demonstrators saying "we want the fall of the regime"
7- Eight shots of people signing forms. One guy waiting for a man to take a picture of him holding the Tamarod petition. Background interview in English with the first volunteer saying "Their excuse is that Morsi received 15 million votes, so we are trying to show them that more than this number refuses the Muslim Brotherhood. This is not just from Cairo, but also a lot of states (governorates) like Alexandria, Suez as well, Port Said and some cities in Upper Egypt"
8- volunteer talking to a man at intersection, while another man on a motorcycle reads the Tamarod papers
9- Interview in arabic with young volunteer from Alexandria. "The next 30 of June we will have collected 15 million requests or more...."
10- Young volunteers stopping cars to distribute the petition in Mohamed Mahmoud Street. The interview continues in the background "The government of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) and the one of Morsi, the present government of the Muslim Brotherhood, did not break with the past, with Mubarak. The government of Morsi and that of Mubarak are the same". "For this reason the Egyptian people are returning again to the streets, to the square (Tahrir), to let Morsi and his group know "we don't want you!"
11- shots of women chanting in Tahrir square. "A new revolution in the square" and "down with Morsi"
12- interview in arabic with second volunteer "we don't want Mubarak or Morsi. We want young people, people from here, from Tahrir"
13- Woman with three children holding the "Tamarod signs" and singing "Erhal (Leave)"

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Egyptians sign on rebel statement cam...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
15 May 2013

Members of the April 6 Youth Movement and the "Tamrod campaign" collected thousands of signatures on the statement of the rebels.
This campaign is working against President Morsi's stay in power.

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Releasing April 6 members detainees (...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
30 Apr 2013

A co-founder of the April 6 youth movement playing with fireworks after having been released from jail.

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Zucchini Protest (3 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
17 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement sit in solidarity in front of the Egyptian high court protesting the incarceration of three other activist members earlier this April.

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Zucchini Protest (1 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
16 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement sit in solidarity as they protest the incarceration of three other activist members earlier this April.

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April 6 Movement Rejects Presidential...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
25 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 24, 2012
The April 6 Youth Movement held a press conference on Wednesday, April 25, at the Lawyers Syndicate headquarters in Cairo, where they launched an initiative aimed at ceasing Egypt’s current political discord.

They formally announced their rejection of the drafting of Egypt’s new constitution, and holding presidential elections under the rule of the Supreme Council of the Armed Force (SCAF). The group submitted their proposal of a project that focuses on multiple shortfalls that they believe are not being addressed by the SCAF, including the achievement of the original goals of the revolution, and "correcting the course" of the current transitional period.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Tarek al-Khouly, media spokesman for April 6 Youth Movement:
"The project aims to achieve several objectives: 1) No constitution to be drafted during military rule of the country. 2) No presidential elections during the military rule of the country. 3) No president without real authorities. 4) Drafting a complete project for the Egyptian revolution. So, the project is based on outlining a complete vision of how to run the transitional stage in a real way that aims to establish the revolution goals, and then working on achieving them."

The project of the April 6 Youth Movement requires the SCAF to hand over power by the end of June to a temporary civilian president for two years during which an agreed upon permanent constitution representing all Egyptians is to be written.

The movement members said they will hold a meeting with political figures and SCAF representatives Thursday, April 26, to present their project.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Tarek al-Khouly, media spokesman for April 6 Youth Movement:
"In order to reach an agreement regarding the ongoing problems, resolving the crisis is represented in handing over power to a temporary civilian president for two years, within which a constitution fulfilling all the conditions and criteria representing all sections of the society will be written. The vision of the form of the state institutions will also be set to achieve the country's best interest."

April 6 members also stressed that the parameters of authority of Egypt’s next president must be determined before the presidential elections.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 24, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 24, 2012
Length: 0:01:45
Video Size: 86.7 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS
SHOTLIST:
1- Tilt down external shot of the lawyers syndicate headquarters
2- Wide shot of a large banner showing demands of the freedoms committee
3- Pan right shot of the press conference held by the April 6 Youth Movement
4- Various shots of the press conference
5- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Tarek al-Khouly, media spokesman for April 6 Youth Movement:
"The project aims to achieve several objectives: 1) No constitution to be drafted during the military rule of the country. 2) No presidential elections during the military rule of the country. 3) No president without real authorities. 4) Drafting a complete project for the Egyptian revolution. So, the project is based on outlining a complete vision of how to run the transitional stage in a real way that aims to establish the revolution goals, and working on achieving them." 6- Various shots of the press conference
7- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Tarek al-Khouly, media spokesman for April 6 Youth Movement:
"In order to reach an agreement regarding the ongoing problems, resolving the crisis is represented in handing over power to a temporary civilian president for two years, within which a constitution fulfilling all the conditions and criteria representing all sections of the society will be written. The vision of the form of the state institutions will also be set to achieve the country's best interest." 8- Various shots of the press conference
9- Wide overview shot of Cairo and the River Nile

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front line near interior ministry
Ramses Square Cairo, Egypt
By Maher
03 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 3, 2012

Protesters and the Military exchange insults, stones and tear gas.

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we are only seven
Cairo, Egypt
By Maher
03 Feb 2012

Cairo, february 3, 2012

near interior ministry
Military shooting tear gas, stones, and insults the protesters .

protester says: we are only seven , if they shoot you no one would care.

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Military shooting stones and insults
Cairo, Egypt
By Maher
03 Feb 2012

Cairo, february 3, 2012

near interior ministry
Military shooting stones and insults the protesters .

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Young Egyptian Activists Protest Poli...
Cairo, Egypt
By lillie
27 Oct 2010

Members of a leading youth activist group, April 6, and others from Egypt’s opposition movement continue to protest after the larger protest for Khalid Said disperses. Heavily armed State Security remains on site and is badgered by the protesters demanding an end to police brutality and government repression.