14 Mansoura University students injured during clashes between Brotherhood members and others

Clashes erupted on Tuesday between Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated students and anti-MB protesters in Mansoura University. The two groups hurled stones against each other due to conflicts over an exhibition on 6 October war.
Sources from the university said the student hospital received 14 injured students.
Eyewitnesses attributed the clashes to Brotherhood students’ attempt to stage protest before the exhibition in the university. The brotherhood members raised banners against ‘military coup’ and powers of arrest inside the university. They also raised the Rabaa al-Adaweya slogan as well as other slogans against military and police.
Brotherhood students shouted slogans against military and Defense Minister abdel Fattah al-Sisi, which provoked wrath of other exhibition students, who in turn chanted pro-military and police slogans as well as anti-brotherhood ones.
Both groups exchanged accusations of treason, which then led to the clashes. Brotherhood students smashed the exhibition as well as pictures showing championships of the October war and others for Sisi. They tried to set it on fire, when the other group, along with others, confronted them.
A car owned by one of the faculty members, who belonged to the Brotherhood, was smashed.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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