Egyptians Take Part in Violent Protests Against President Morsi
1 of 10
Egyptian protesters attend an opposition rally in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. More than 100,000 people chanted against Egypt's Islamist president demanding Mohammed Morsi revoke edicts granting himself near autocratic powers.
2 of 10
Egyptian protesters attend an opposition rally in Cairo, Egypt.
3 of 10
A protester holds a sign against the Egyptian president at an opposition rally in Tahrir Square.
4 of 10
Demonstrators clash with police as they were attempting to burn the local headquarters of Egypt's ruling Freedom and Justice Party in Mansura.
5 of 10
Former Egyptian presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi speaks during a demonstration in Tahrir Square.
6 of 10
Egyptian protesters unfurl a large national flag at an opposition rally in Tahrir Square.
7 of 10
Former Egyptian foreign minister Amr Moussa leads one of many anti-Morsi protest marches heading to Tahrir square.
Mohammed Abu Zeid/AP
8 of 10
Protesters face Egyptian riot Police during clashes on Omar Makram street, off Tahrir Square in Cairo.
Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Images
9 of 10
Egyptian protesters clash with security forces near Tahrir Square.
10 of 10
Egyptian protesters clash with security forces in Cairo, Egypt.