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Published on Jun 29, 2012
Two hours after President-elect Mohamed Morsi's speech on Tahrir square, people are chanting "Muslim, maseehy, eed wahda" (Muslims, Christians, one hand) and Yaskut yaskut hukm al-askar ("Down down with military rule"). Most people were supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood.