An Egyptian walks by a poster of Tamarod, Arabic for "rebel", a campaign calling for the ouster of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and for early presidential elections, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, June 7, 2013. Young activists are trying to rally public discontent with Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi by fanning out in the streets and collecting millions of signatures on a petition calling for his removal. Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood has dismissed the campaign as irrelevant, even illegal, but the signature drive has stirred up Egypt's politics as the president nears the end of his tumultuous first year in office. Arabic at the bottom of the poster reads,"Down with Muslim Brotherhood rule, June 30, at the presidential palace." (AP Photo/ Amr Nabil)

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An Egyptian walks by a poster of Tamarod, Arabic for "rebel", a campaign calling for the ouster of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and for early presidential elections, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, June 7, 2013. Young activists are trying to rally public discontent with Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi by fanning out in the streets and collecting millions of signatures on a petition calling for his removal. Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood has dismissed the campaign as irrelevant, even illegal, but the signature drive has stirred up Egypt's politics as the president nears the end of his tumultuous first year in office. Arabic at the bottom of the poster reads,"Down with Muslim Brotherhood rule, June 30, at the presidential palace." (AP Photo/ Amr Nabil)
An Egyptian walks by a poster of Tamarod, Arabic for "rebel", a campaign calling for the ouster of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and for early presidential elections, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, June 7, 2013. Young activists are trying to rally public discontent with Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi by fanning out in the streets and collecting millions of signatures on a petition calling for his removal. Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood has dismissed the campaign as irrelevant, even illegal, but the signature drive has stirred up Egypt's politics as the president nears the end of his tumultuous first year in office. Arabic at the bottom of the poster reads,"Down with Muslim Brotherhood rule, June 30, at the presidential palace." (AP Photo/ Amr Nabil)
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