Jika, First martyr of Morsy's era

Tue, 27/11/2012 - 13:27
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Graffiti of Gaber Salah, known as Jika, 17-year-old April 6 Youth Movement member, on walls at Tahrir Square, 27 November 2012. Jika died as a result of wounds sustained while demonstrating on Mohamed Mahmoud Street commemorating last year’s clashes, to become the first martyr during era of President Mohamed Morsy.

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Graffiti of Gaber Salah, known as Jika, 17-year-old April 6 Youth Movement member, on walls at Tahrir Square, 27 November 2012. Jika died as a result of wounds sustained while demonstrating on Mohamed Mahmoud Street commemorating last year’s clashes, to become the first martyr during era of President Mohamed Morsy.

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