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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     arasquare gathered outside the Ahly club headquarters in Cairo where thousands of Egyptians waited for the verdict of those involved in killing members of Ultras Ahlawy. He says, 'Ultras Ahlawy are known for their organized cheering and for their support for the revolution. They held photos of their friends who were killed in Port Said Massacre.' He photographed the mass celebrations and chanting as the partial verdict was announced. He reports, 'they chanted against the ministry of interior and the former military council who they see as partners in the massacre that led to the death of 72 of their friends in Port Said.'
    - Christi, CNN iReport producer

    Thousands of Ultras Ahlawy, Ahly club football fans, celebrated Saturday's court verdict on Port Said football massacre sentencing 21 civilians to death for killing members of Ultras Ahlawy. They stressed that this is just the beginning and they are still waiting for the second verdict on the remaining defendants including police officers. They chanted against the ministry of interior and the former military council. They called for justice and held pictures of their friends who died in the massacre.

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