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We are appalled at the extreme violence that has been used against peaceful protesters taking part in the Occupy Cabinet protest and demonstrations in Tahrir Square in Cairo. The vicious attacks by the army and police have resulted, at present (Evening, 17th Dec), in 9 dead and over 500 injured. Among those killed was Alaa Abd El-Hady, a medical student from Ain Shams University, who was killed during the military attack on the Occupy Cabinet protest on Friday. Many other students have also suffered serious injuries. We call on the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) to immediately cease its violent repression of protesters. Everyone has the right to protest. We call on David Cameron to halt all sales of tear gas and other weapons by UK companies to the Egyptian military. We stand in solidarity the thousands of protesters in Cairo and across Egypt in their struggle for democracy and social justice.
Jamie Pitman, Vice President, Ruskin Student Union, Oxford
Jamie Woodcock (Postgraduate office, Goldsmiths SU)
Owen Holland (Cambridge Defend Education)
Abdullah Al-Jeffery (Cambridge University)
Amy Gilligan (Cambridge Defend Education)
Isobel Urquhart (Bye Fellow, Homerton College, University of Cambridge)
Ed Emery (SOAS)
Nathan Akehurst (Oxford University)
Francesca Byron-Chance, Social Work Masters student, Liverpool Hope University
Josh Hollands, Student, University of Hull
Rocio Perez, Student Anglia Ruskin University
Fraser Anderson, Student, University of Oxford
Ross Speer, Student Queen Mary University of London
Simon Spencer, Student, University of Southampton.
Dominic Williams (University of Liverpool)
Jaswinder Blackwell-Pal, Palestine twinning officer, Goldsmiths.
Liam Anderson Teesside University