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    Posted December 7, 2012 by
    Cairo, Egypt
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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     meskander photographed Egyptians protesting in the streets of Cairo, Egypt, on December 7, after what he describes was a disappointing speech by President Morsy the night before. 'Egyptians are not willing to leave their rights of freedom, their rights of modern civilized country with equal right for all. And it looks like the Muslim Brotherhood is not willing to drop their goals of building an Islamic country,' he said. 'It's a fight against fanatics and ignorance.'
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    After the disappointing speech by Morsi last night, all Egyptians went out in streets specially around the presidential palace Friday morning till night.. to announce their refusal of his speech and telling him.. to Leave.. Morsi still moving in his way and don’t want to listen to his people, he is sure not deaf.. that means that Morsi and the Brotherhoods is not willing to accept other or leave their agendas of building an Islamic country.. it’s a clear fight between the majority of Egyptians and a fanatic group
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