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PHOTO GALLERY: The Brotherhood faces off with anti-Morsi rebels in Tahrir


(Photo by: Mai Shaheen)
Brotherhood supporters destroy Sabbahi's popular current stage (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Brotherhood supporters at centre of Tahrir Square before storm (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Clashes in Mohamed Mahmoud, a street revered by revolutionaries after Nov. battle with police
(Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Revolutionary graffiti sets background for bloody clashes
At least 150 were injured but no deaths reported on Saturday
(Photo: Mai Shaheen)
(Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Brotherhood supporters in square before clashes
Secular forces called for the protests against constituent assembly last Saturday
Banner: Acquittal for those who killed revolutionaries a shame on judiciary
(Photo by: Mai Shaheen)
(Photo by: Mai Shaheen)
(Photo by: Mai Shaheen)
Brotherhood denied its supporters attacked revolutionaries
(Photo by: Mai Shaheen)
(Photo by: Mai Shaheen)
(Photo by: Mai Shaheen)
Oct
13

Pro-Muslim Brotherhood demonstrators clash with secularists in Tahrir Square on Friday at a demo called to pressure Morsi on democratic and revolution demands

All photos by Mai Shaheen

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