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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians celebrate Moulid El-Nabi


El-Moulid brides at a factory in downtown Cairo
El-Moulid brides at a factory in downtown Cairo. Photo: Mai Shaheen
Two men making the El-Moulid brides
Two men making the El-Moulid brides. Photo: Mai Shaheen
Plastic brides on the occasion of Moulid El-Nabi
Plastic brides on the occasion of Moulid El-Nabi. Photo: Mai Shaheen
Egyptians buy sweets to celebrate Moulid El-Nabi
Egyptians buy sweets to celebrate Moulid El-Nabi. Photo: Mai Shaheen
A plastic bride carries the Holy Quran
A plastic bride carries the Holy Quran. Photo: Mai Shaheen
A man making the El-Moulid brides
A man making the El-Moulid brides. Photo: Mai Shaheen
Egyptians buy sweets to celebrate Moulid El-Nabi
Egyptians buy sweets to celebrate Moulid El-Nabi. Photo: Mai Shaheen.
A man making the El-Moulid brides
A man making the El-Moulid brides. Photo: Mai Shaheen
Egyptians buy sweets to celebrate Moulid El-Nabi
Egyptians buy sweets to celebrate Moulid El-Nabi. Photo: Mai Shaheen
El-Moulid brides and stacks of sweets
El-Moulid brides and stacks of sweets. Photo: Mai Shaheen
El-Moulid brides and stacks of sweets
El-Moulid brides and stacks of sweets. Photo: Mai Shaheen
Dec
23

This year's celebration of the Prophet Muhammad's birthday precedes Christmas by two days

Photos: Mai Shaheen

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