Egyptian Protesters Unite in Tahir Square

Collection with 12 media items created by U.S. Editor

14 Jul 2013 09:00

Protesters from all backgrounds rally in Tahrir square t0 continue celebrating and demonstrating against the ousted President Morsi on July 14, 2013. Christian and Muslim, women and men, gather together as one to dance, sing and chant slogans against the former Egyptian President Muhammed Morsi. With sexual assault prevalent in Tahrir Square, men have also organized groups dedicated in protecting women by forming chains around female protesters. Women who are protected by these men say they feel safer in the demonstrations and will continue to protest and join in the rallies.

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Protesters in Tahrir Square show thei...
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Protesters in Tahrir demonstrate to show their love for Egypt after the ousting of President Morsi on July 14, 2013.

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Protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Demonstraters in Tahrir Square continue to protest on July 14, after Mohammed Morsi was ousted as president.

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Muslims & Christians demonstrate toge...
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Muslim and Christians show they are together as one against President Morsi as they protest in Tahrir Square

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Female protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Women demonstrate peacefully in Tahrir Square and share their feelings of safety with male protestors that are dedicated to their protection.

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Tahrir Square protesters
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Egyptian protesters chant, sing, and dance, in Tahrir Square, Cairo celebrating their victory after ousting former President Muhammed Morsi.

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Anti-Morsi protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Demonstrations continue in Tahrir Square with Morsi ousted from Presidency.

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Protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
15 Jul 2013

Protesters in Tahrir square share their feelings about Morsi and happiness for their country with him no longer in power.

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Male protective chain in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
15 Jul 2013

With sexual assault being spoken off more frequently in Tahrir Square, men have take to protecting women themselves by forming chains around female protesters

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Female protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Female protesters protected by a male chain demonstrate in Tahrir Square

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Anti-Morsi protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
15 Jul 2013

Protesters in Tahrir square continue to demonstrate against the ousted President Morsi