Hundreds of Chicago Muslims marched in support of deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi Sunday and held signs condemning the Egyptian military, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Many of the Chicago demonstrators were born in Egypt, and others have roots elsewhere in the Arab world.

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Fisal Hammouda, who left Egypt in the 1960s, told the newspaper that the U.S. government risks losing credibility if it fails to condemn the military takeover and support returning Morsi to office.

“The United States always says, ‘We are for democracy.’ This is a fair election,” he added.

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