Nigerians rally to support Egypt's deposed Morsi
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Thousands of Nigerians have rallied in support of Egypt's ousted president Mohammed Morsi and calling for his military deposers to be tried. The Movement for Islamic Survival organized the rally in predominantly Muslim northern Nigeria's biggest city of Kano on Saturday. It was addressed by Islamic scholars and human rights activists.
Movement leader Shaykh Abubakar Mujahid told the crowd of 5,000 the killings had to stop, and that he thought the coup leaders should be brought before the International Criminal Court. Egypt has been rocked by unrest since a popularly supported July 3 coup that toppled the democratically elected Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood.
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