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PHOTO GALLERY: Morsi's supporters gather for mass rallies in Cairo


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Supporters of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi wave Egyptian flags and hold portraits of Morsi with Arabic words that read: "Legitimacy is a red line," (AP)
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Supporters of Morsi perform weekly Friday prayers at Rabaa Al-Adawiya Square (Reuters)
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Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi perform weekly Friday prayers at Rabaa Al-Adawiya Square (Reuters)
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A supporter of Morsi reads Islam's holy book the Quran (AP)
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Supporters of Morsi perform weekly Friday prayers (Reuters)
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A placard during the pro-Morsi demonstration in Nasr City, Cairo (AP)
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A supporter of Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi reads Islam's holy book the Quran (AP)
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Egyptian army soldiers stand guard as supporters of Morsi walk towards a park near Cairo University (AP)
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A supporter of Morsi shouts slogans during a demonstration in Nasr City, Cairo (AP)
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A supporter of Morsi holds a poster and flashes the victory sign in front of army soldiers guarding a park near Cairo University (AP)
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A demonstrator holds an Islamic flag with Arabic words that read, "There is no god but God, and Mohamed is God's prophet," (AP)
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A demonstrator holds a poster that reads "Yes to legitimacy," in front of army soldiers guarding a park near Cairo University (AP)
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Soldiers guard the Republican Guards building in Nasr City (AP)
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Mass rallies are underway at Rabaa Al-Adawiya in Nasr City and at Nahda Square in Giza

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