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PHOTO GALLERY: Islamists, opposition activists rally before constitution referendum


Supporters of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi perform the Friday prayer in Cairo
Supporters of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi hold a placard that criticises media
Demonstrators hold signs supporting Egypt's draft constitution
Supporters of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi in front of Rabaa Al-Adawiya mosque, Cairo
Supporters of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi
Anti Mursi protesters holding a big sign reading ""Down with the rule of {Brotherhood's} supreme gui
Anti- Mursi protesters at Tahrir square.
A sign reads "No to the constitution".
A sign reads "No to the constitution" in Tahrir square.
One of Morsi supporters holds aloft a placard that reads: "yes to the constitution"
Morsi supporters hold aloft a placard that reads: "yes to the constitution"
"I support the president's decisions"
Supporters of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi
Supporters of Mohamed Morsi say Egypt "will not return to the Mubarak era"
Supporters of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi
Anti-Morsi protester writes on the wall in front of the Presidential Palace"Shhh. ... The president
A big banner reads "Down with the rule of {Brotherhood's} supreme guide in front of the presidential
Anti- Mursi protesters in front of the presidential palace
Anti Mursi protesters at Tahrir square.
Anti-Mursi protesters holding a banner saying "No to the Constitution of the Brotherhood" at Tahrir
Dec
14

Tens of thousands of Islamists as well as opposition activists in Cairo and elsewhere demonstrate in the last day before the referendum vote on Morsi's proposed constitution begins. (All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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