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Palestinians hold Egyptian national flags, posters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and logos of four fingers, during a demonstration to support Morsi and denounce Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in Al-Nusirat refugee camp in central Gaza Strip, 23 August 2013. The four is a reference to the mosque near the protest camp named Rabaa Al-Adawiya, Rabaa being the name of a saint but it also meaning 'four' in Arabic. Ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was removed from power on 03 July 2013 by the Egyptian Army after widespread public protests. His ousting has sparked violent clashes between Egyptian security forces and supporters of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood. Morsi's supporters are planning marches across Egypt in what they called the 'Friday of Martyrs' following the weekly noon prayers. Photo by Ashraf Amra
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