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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptian Muslims perform Eid Al-Adha prayers, celebrate holidays in east Cairo


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An Egyptian street vendor sells balloons as Muslims gather to perform the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo, on August 11, 2019 AFP
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Egyptian Muslims try to catch balloons after performing the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019 AFP
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Egyptian Muslims try to catch balloons after performing the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019 AFP
AFP
Egyptian Muslims perform the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019 AFP
AFP
Egyptian Muslims perform the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019 AFP
AFP
Egyptian Muslims perform the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019 AFP
AFP
Egyptian Muslims perform the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019. AFP
AFP
Egyptian Muslims perform the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019 AFP
AFP
Egyptian Muslims try to catch balloons after performing the Eid Al-Adha morning prayer outside al-Sedik mosque in the northeastern suburb of Sheraton in the capital Cairo,, on August 11, 2019 AFP
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Egyptian Muslims - men and women, young and old - perform Eid Al-Adha prayers at El-Sediq Mosque in the Sheraton district, and celebrate the holidays with colorful balloons

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