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MahmoudGamal says on Friday, June 28, protests started throughout many parts of Egypt. In Tahrir Square, people gathered to demand the removal of the Muslim Brotherhood's regime. 'Protesters held posters and cards with just one word, "LEAVE,"' he said. While photographing the protesters, he felt as though there was a sense of rage within protesters. 'You could consider it a new wave of rage in this revolution,' he said. However, he does not support all of the protesters' demands. 'The current regime is losing its balance because of many reasons,' he explained, citing that the President has not met the demands of the people and costs of products like oil and food continue to increase. 'All of this led to rising aggression between a great percentage of the population. And because of that, I believe that the call for an early presidential election is fair enough,' he said.
MahmoudGamal says on Friday, June 28, protests started throughout many parts of Egypt. In Tahrir Square, people gathered to demand the removal of the Muslim Brotherhood's regime. 'Protesters held posters and cards with just one word, "LEAVE,"' he said. While photographing the protesters, he felt as though there was a sense of rage within protesters. 'You could consider it a new wave of rage in this revolution,' he said. However, he does not support all of the protesters' demands. 'The current regime is losing its balance because of many reasons,' he explained, citing that the President has not met the demands of the people and costs of products like oil and food continue to increase. 'All of this led to rising aggression between a great percentage of the population. And because of that, I believe that the call for an early presidential election is fair enough,' he said.

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