Egypt Islamists rally against violence, for sharia

By REUTERS
February 15, 2013 16:38

 
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CAIRO - Thousands of Islamists protested in Cairo on Friday against violence that has marred anti-government demonstrations, showing support for President Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood politician elected head of state last year.

The "Together against Violence" rally was called by a hardline Salafi Islamist group that waged an armed revolt against the state in the 1990s.

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