Portraits of the Muslim Brotherhood


Supporters of president Morsi fill Rabaa Adwea in Cairo, Egypt on... News PhotoCairo,Egypt,Filling,Full Length,Government,Horizontal,Middle East,Politics,Portrait,President,SupporterPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 David DegnerCAIRO, EGYPT - JULY 17: Supporters of president Morsi fill Rabaa Adwea in Cairo, Egypt on July 17, 2013. Awataf Mohamed Ibrahim, from Shubra, a neighborhood in Cairo, holds a portrait of deposed president Mohamed Morsi. Awtaf supports Morsi and wants him re-instated as president because 'Under Mubarak people that lived outside of Cairo, especially those in the Sinai and Upper Egypt were forgotten, as if they weren't even Egyptian. Morsi gave them their rights and the supplies they need to work and farm. He provides them with investment and services.' 'He and the Brotherhood have worked to develop the culture and economy of Egypt.' 'If we leave our children to these secularists they will grow up without morals.' 'Under Mubarak Egyptians weren't able to breath. He only helped those that were close to him and left most Egyptians hanging in the wind.' 'I didn't have any relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, but after the revolution I wanted to know more.' 'They are from us, and listen to us.' 'The military should return to just guarding the border and the people. But right now they are coming and killing their own brothers as if they didn't even know it.' (Photo by David Degner/Getty Images)