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PHOTO GALLERY: Thousands of Egyptians celebrate popular Moulid El-Hussein


Crowds swirl around El-Hussein mosque for Moulid
Crowds swirl around El-Hussein mosque for Moulid
Hussein Moulid goers camp around the mosque
Hussein Moulid goers camp around the mosque
Moulid goers dine around Hussein mosque
Moulid goers break bread around Hussein mosque
Preparations underway for spiritual songs and rituals at Moulid
Preparations underway for spiritual songs and rituals at Moulid
Bread man struggles to make way through thousands at Moulid
Bread man struggles to make way through thousands at Moulid
A woman sells hats outside El-Hussein mosque
Egyptians celebrate Moulid El-Hussein
Dinner and drinks outside the Mosque during Moulid Hussein
Dinner and drinks outside the Mosque during Moulid Hussein
People scramble to enter El-Hussein mosque
Main gate to El-Hussein Mosque
Main gate to El-Hussein Mosque
The Hussein Moulid begins
The Hussein Moulid begins
El-Hussein Mosque lights up for Moulid
Preparing for spiritual rites at Moulid
El-Hussein Mosque lights up for Moulid
Egyptians pack Hussein Mosque vicinity for Moulid
First night of Moulid Hussein, the prophet's grandson
First night of Moulid Hussein, the prophet's grandson
Egyptians celebrate Moulid El-Hussein
Worshipers sits around the dining tables outside El-Hussein mosque
Thousands celebrate Moulid El-Hussein in Islamic Cairo
Feb
10

Thousands of Egyptians celebrate the birthday of Hussein Ibn Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed

Photos: Mai Shaheen

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