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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians shop for meat, prep sheep for sacrifice on eve of Eid Al-Adha


People buy meat on the eve of Eid Al-Adha
A sheep at a livestock market in Sayyeda Zeinab
A livestock market set for the upcoming holiday in Sayyeda Zeinab in Cairo
A livestock market set for the upcoming holiday in Sayyeda Zeinab in Cairo
Sheep groomed for slaughter livestock market in Sayeda Zeinab
People buy meat on the eve of Eid Al-Adha
A butcher displays meat in preparation for Eid Al-Adha
A livestock market set for the upcoming holiday in Sayyeda Zeinab in Cairo
A livestock market set for the upcoming holiday in Sayyeda Zeinab in Cairo
A livestock market set for the upcoming holiday in Sayyeda Zeinab in Cairo
A livestock market set for the upcoming holiday in Sayyeda Zeinab in Cairo
A livestock market set for the upcoming holiday in Sayyeda Zeinab in Cairo
A boy leads a sheep on their way to the livestock market
A butcher displays meat in preparation for Eid Al-Adha
Butchers displays meat in preparation for Eid Al-Adha in Cairo
A boy transfers recently slaughered cattle to the market
Meat on display ahead of Eid Al-Adha
A woman buys meat on the occasion of Eid Al-Adha
A woman buys internal parts of slaughtered cattle on the eve of Eid Al-Adha
Livestock market in Sayyeda Zeinab
Sep
9

Millions of Egyptians are preparing to honour the religious holiday by making sure there will be red meat on the dinner table

Photos: Mai Shaheen

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