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The vigil for photojournalists Egyptians in front of the Shura Council in Cairo

Division organized photojournalists at the Press Syndicate, which includes all photographers newspapers and news agencies, and a silent vigil lenses in front of the Shura Council, on Tuesday, and to condemn the frequent attacks on photojournalists while covering current events.

And raise the paparazzi banners that read "Illustrator is the truth and not a terrorist, freedom of the camera, no to violence against photographers, stop police harassment, not to defame = not for history, you can break the camera but will not break my will, photojournalist is not a party in the conflict," raising great pictures for photographers with past events, "as they raised a large mock camera chains to express harassment photographers.

She Division, in its statement, that the revolution, did not carry us a new but increased violence Central Security Forces towards photojournalists, were attacked dozens of photographers beaten, and the launch of the cartouche direct, stressing that for years suffered photojournalists in Egypt from various forms of persecution and violence Almmenhgen , ranging from arrest and confiscation of equipment even lynching and beatings at the hands of the Interior Ministry and central private security sector.

Division rejected any kind of stranglehold on the work of the photographer or restrict press, stressing that they have decided to stand firm against the repeated attacks by the systematic look to them, at a time where there are no strict legal sanctions for those who assaulted the photojournalist while performing his work.


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