Funeral For Muslim Brotherhood Members Killed In Cairo Clashes : News Photo

Funeral For Muslim Brotherhood Members Killed In Cairo Clashes

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CAIRO, EGYPT - DECEMBER 7: Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi carry a casket containing the body of a Muslim Brotherhood member, killed in clashes with anti-Morsi demonstrators two nights previously, during a funeral service at Al Azhar Mosque on December 7, 2012, in Cairo, Egypt. A funeral service for three members of the Muslim Brotherhood was held during Friday prayers in Cairo before the bodies were carried to a nearby cemetery for burial. Supporters of President Morsi and anti-Morsi protesters continue to hold opposing demonstrations across Egypt, as tensions in the country remain high after a draft constitution was rushed through the country's parliament overnight on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images).
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CAIRO, EGYPT - DECEMBER 7: Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi carry a casket containing the body of a Muslim Brotherhood member, killed in clashes with anti-Morsi demonstrators two nights previously, during a funeral service at Al Azhar Mosque on December 7, 2012, in Cairo, Egypt. A funeral service for three members of the Muslim Brotherhood was held during Friday prayers in Cairo before the bodies were carried to a nearby cemetery for burial. Supporters of President Morsi and anti-Morsi protesters continue to hold opposing demonstrations across Egypt, as tensions in the country remain high after a draft constitution was rushed through the country's parliament overnight on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images).
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