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PHOTO GALLERY: Islamists protest at Cairo university, anti-Brotherhood in Tahrir


The gathering of Islamists in front of Cairo University
Protesters perform Friday prayers at Cairo University
A protester holding the Holy Quran during the demonstration at Cairo University
The protesters wave the Egyptian and Saudi flag during the demonstration at Cairo University
Protesters holding the Holy Quran and flags during the demonstration at Cairo University
A sign between the Egyptian and Saudi flags reads 'People want an iron fist' at Cairo University
Islamists at Cairo University
Protesters at Cairo University
Opposition march to Tahrir Square
'Down with the regime of El-Banna'
A protester holding the Holy Quran along with a Cross and teargas bomb during the funeral of Omar Sa
A protester with an eye patch that reads 'Leave' at Omar Salah's funeral
Omar Salah's funeral
A protester chanting against the death of Omar Salah.
Banners showing the portraits of slain protesters
'The revolution continues'
One of the protesters loses her nerves during the Omar Salah's funeral
Feb
15

All Photos By Mai Shaheen

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