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VIDEO: On Day of Rage anniversary, protesters march against Brotherhood

Protesters march from Sayeda Zeinab mosque in Cairo on the second anniversary of the decisive 'Day of Rage' of 2011, this time chanting against the Muslim Brotherhood.


On the second anniversary of the "Day of Rage" of January 28th 2011, protesters marched against the Muslim Brotherhood. 
Demonstrators chanted against President Mohamed Morsi - who hails from the brotherhood - and repeated their calls for the downfall of the regime, calls which have been ringing out since the revolution began two years ago.
The march began by the Sayeda Zainab mosque and moved towards the direction of Tahrir. Protesters later clashed with police on the Nileside corniche - security forces used tear gas and birdshot to try to disperse the crowds.
Video by Simon Hanna
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