Protesters march wearing eye patches to Qasr el-Aini
CAIRO A number of protesters from the protest in front of the Council of Ministries organized a march to Qasr el-Aini Hospital in solidarity with injured protesters who lost their eyes in the Mohamed Mahmoud Street clashes.
Protesters marched with eye patches, which had The number of eyes lost equals 80 written on them, on one of their eyes.
Protesters repeated slogans such as, We need a free government and SCAF should leave.
The march was careful to move on the pavement as not to disturb traffic in the street.
Member of the Revolution Youth Coalition Ahmed Fouad said he came up with the idea of the eye patches after finding out about the march through Facebook and decided to distribute the eye patches in expression of their frustration.
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