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PHOTO GALLERY: A nation divided on constitution


Graffiti of "Jika" killed in Tahrir last month (Mai Shaheen)
(AP) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, from Al Azhar schools
(AP) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, from Al Azhar schools
(AP) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, from Al Azhar schools
(AP) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi
(AP) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi
(AP) Supporters of President (AP) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi Morsi with the Egyp
(AP) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi
(Reuters) Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi
Protesters at Al-Nour mosque in Abbasiya against referendum (Mai Shaheen)
Leftist leader Kamal Khalil chants against constitution (Mai Shaheen)
Anti-constitution protest at palace (Mai Shaheen)
Anti-Morsi rally: Yes for Sharia - No for the constitution (Mai Shaheen)
"No for the constitution" (Mai Shaheen)
"Down with the rule of the Brotherhood's supreme guide" (Mai Shaheen)
"No to referendum - No to to price hikes" (Mai Shaheen)
Anti-Morsi protesters on their way to the presidential palace (Mai Shaheen)
Republican Guard at palace (Mai Shaheen)
Dec
11

Tens of thousands of pro and anti constitution protesters marched in the capital on Tuesday affirming Egypt is a divided country

Photos: Mai Shaheen, AP, Reuters

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