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    Posted December 5, 2012 by
    meskander
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    Cairo, Egypt
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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    Last Warning

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Egyptian iReporter meskander went late to the large protests outside Cairo's presidential palace last night, but the atmosphere was electric despite the late hour. "The police were in a large perimeter around protesters and the palace at the beginning, but when the protesters reached the wire fences and walls the police went back inside the palace," he said. Protesters managed to get right up to the entrance of the palace and spray slogans on the walls, calling the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy a "liar" and decrying the country's Muslim Brotherhood party. Our iReporter says he thinks protests will only get bigger on Friday as controversy continues over the nation's draft constitution and Morsy's decree granting himself sweeping powers.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    Last Warning, That was the title of last night protests in Cairo.. these photos taken around the president palace showing Egyptians chanting against Morsi.. after his escape from the palace back door, in a scene never happen in Egypt before.. Egyptians are now united to stop these dictatorial acts and Islamest groups agendas, the next few days will define the future of Egypt..
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