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Egyptians are showing the rest of the world that the power of the people should not be taken lightly.

Thousands of protestors have gathered in Tahrir Square and outside of the presidential palace to call for the resignation of President Mohammed Morsi.

And this unbelievable sight is hands down the largest demonstration since the 2011 revolution.

According to BBC News: 

Millions of protesters across the country accuse the country’s first Islamist president of failing to tackle economic and security problems since taking power a year ago.

The demonstration was largely peaceful, but some protesters later threw stones and petrol bombs at the Cairo headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood.

At least one person was killed when shooting broke out near the political office, activists and a hospital official said.

While it’s an impressive, if not inspirational sight, we’re praying for the safety of all as we stand with our brothers and sisters in Egypt.


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