Inside Cairo's 'Protest Village'

Egyptians protest the country's military rule from a camp that has its own restaurants and hospital.
2:11 | 08/13/13

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They come from around the country. Men women and children this one with -- Egyptian flag painted on her cheeks denouncing Egypt's military rule. For more than a month thousands of made this protest camp their home setting up their own barricades with volunteer guards demanding the reinstatement of Egypt's first democratically elected president -- Morse. We were given a rare look at the inside of the camp. Now so sophisticated it has its own restaurants barber shops yeah. Even this. A makeshift fully functioning hospital with millions of dollars worth of donated equipment do you think security forces we'll try to take over this hospital. They might. -- -- -- -- -- -- via the hospital's chief of staff shows us the facility with fifty doctors always on duty around the clock. Outside -- we overlook a makeshift triage -- young boy is brought -- on a stretcher one of dozens of patients the hospital treats every day for free. What if policeman come in or soldiers coming in. -- and I'll. Even the same soldiers who -- Egyptian police backed by the ruling military have threatened to dismantle the camps. Apparently. The call to prayer echoing around us -- -- an agonizing -- we sat on the floor with this woman completely veiled from head to toe. Saying she and her one and a half year old daughter aren't afraid -- you -- Sacrifice -- -- and we are ready to become martyrs she says. Inside the camps operational headquarters a spokesperson for the -- brotherhood the ruling party it was forced from power in July says his group will never backed down. At what point do you say you know what we've made our point. Enough is enough is not about making a point we made a point long time ago it's about teaching on the innocent you do not belong on the political -- do -- have the right to sites. But with the military showing no signs of backing down this could be a very long standoff. Mohammed we love ABC news in Cairo.

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