Published On: Wed, Jul 3rd, 2013

Egypt protest largest in history, anti-Morsi and anti-Obama signs fill the streets PHOTOS

The protests against Mohammad Morsi’s government in Cairo are the largest ever in the country’s history — even bigger than the massive protests two years ago that ousted Hosni Mubarak.

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Described as millions, the massive crowd of people took to the streets on Sunday and protests continued prompting the Egyptian army to call for a peaceful end.

The Egyptian military gave the Morsi government 48 hours to respond to the people — but insisted its policy opposes coups.

Egypt’s anti-Morsi rebel campaign has urged Egyptians to flock to “every protest venue and street” as the army’s deadline approaches, Ahram Online reported.  Morsi’s supporters are also rallying in Cairo.

Opposition activists claim more than 22 million people in the nation of 84 million have signed the petition and have urged the signatories to come out in Tahrir Square.

Army vehicles have been deployed elsewhere in #Cairo as the deadline approaches. #Egypt #Egyptianrevolution2013 –  PaulaSlier_RT (@PaulaSlier_RT) July 3, 2013

Rt @AleemMaqbool: Staff at Egypt state TV building say an army officer went round this morning telling non-essential staff to leave – — Bel Trew – بل ترو (@Beltrew) July 3, 2013

There are so many photos, live from the streets. Go to twitter and seek out #Egypt and #Morsi hashtags.

anti Morsi protester with sign

Anti Obama protest signs Egypt

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