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Monday, 17 May 2021
PHOTO GALLERY: Pro and anti Morsi crowds trade protests on Friday

Morsi supporters near Cairo University
Tahrir: "Strong army = Strong state"
No alternative to legitimacy
Tahrir: Sisi poster - We die and Egypt lives!
Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi holding sign reads "No to Sisi"
Opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi wave Egyptian flags and of El-Sisi posters in Tahrir Squ
Supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi raise his pictures near Cairo Univ.
Opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi wave Egyptian flags and Sisi posters in Tahrir Square
Pro-Morsi protesters wearing a Morsi mask
In Tahrir: "The Muslim Brotherhood, America and Israel are united"
Pro-Morsi crowds protest outside Cairo University
Woman waving the Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square
Pro-Morsi: No to bloody coup
Tahrir: Posters of El-Sisi and late-president Gamal Abdel Nasser - The people and army are one hand
Supporters of the deposed president Mohamed Morsi waving his picture

Thousands of supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi gather at Cairo University while thousands of anti-Morsi crowds gather in Tahrir Square to support to celebrate (All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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See PHOTO GALLERY of pro-Morsi rallies across Cairo

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