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Islamists rally against violence in Egypt

Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013....more

Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013....more

Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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A demonstrator, who supports the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, holds up a Koran as he chants slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

A demonstrator, who supports the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, holds up a Koran as he chants slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo...more

A demonstrator, who supports the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, holds up a Koran as he chants slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013....more

Demonstrators, who support the Islamic Jama'a and the Muslim Brotherhood, chant slogans in support of Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi and the Islamic Shari'a around al-Nahda Square in front of Cairo University in Cairo February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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