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A demonstrator holds a sign with a noose attached  in Tahrir Square, where liberal and secular parties are holding major protests against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's latest decrees granting himself almost complete powers and allowing a rushed constitution to be presented for a vote, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Sign in Arabic reads, "the blood of the martyrs, Muslim Christian, will be revenged and we will never leave their murderers."  (AP Photo/Thomas Hartwell)
Photo by: Thomas Hartwell
A demonstrator holds a sign with a noose attached in Tahrir Square, where liberal and secular parties are holding major protests against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's latest decrees granting himself almost complete powers and allowing a rushed constitution to be presented for a vote, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Sign in Arabic reads, "the blood of the martyrs, Muslim Christian, will be revenged and we will never leave their murderers." (AP Photo/Thomas Hartwell)

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