Our chosen martyr

Our chosen martyr
Date: 18.6.2019 11:00

"What can my enemies do to me, I carry my heaven in my heart. My imprisonment is solitude, my deportation is emigration, my death is a martyrdom..."

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The first elected President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, marched to the God from the dungeons without surrendering to the oppressors... 
Morsi joined the chosen martyrs caravan. The court theater ended in the murder of the ummah ...
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, who continued his legacy of resistance in the Egyptian dungeons, marched to the martyrs in the courtroom. Morsi was detained in Egyptian dungeons for 2357 days after the coup carried out by Abdulfettah Sisi in Egypt.


Mohammed Morsi, who has been in Egyptian dungeons since July 3, 2013, who was removed from the post-coup administration, was also known to be in poor health. Ahmad Morsi, son of Egypt's first elected President, Mohammed Morsi, reported that his father's health was worse than ever.
Mithat Haddad, a member of the Council of Islam's Shura, "Half of his body is fighting diseases. But despite all this, he is patient, persistent, wise and continues to resist, waiting for the fate his God has determined about him."


In his speech at Tahrir Square, which was symbolically sworn by the first elected president of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, he repeated the words of Hassan al-Banna and said to the hundreds of thousands as follows: "to die on the road is our biggest goal. Above all, our aim is Allah's approval."


Felicity (Saadet) Party General Chairman Temel Karamollaoğlu, made a statement over Morsi's martyrdom on the social media account. 
Karamollaoğlu said in a statement: "I have learned with great regret that the first elected President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, who faced a military coup, martyred in the courtroom. I believe that Mohammed Morsi will be an exemplary figure in history with his uncompromising stance, life and struggle and will always guide future generations. I would like to take this opportunity to offer my condolences to the deceased, to his family, to the Egyptian people and to the whole Islamic world."


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