Khaled Dawoud, former spokesman for the National Salvation Front looks on as he receives medical attention at a hospital after he was attacked by a pro-Islamist in Cairo October 4, 2013. Moderate has ... more 
Khaled Dawoud, former spokesman for the National Salvation Front looks on as he receives medical attention at a hospital after he was attacked by a pro-Islamist in Cairo October 4, 2013. Moderate has become a dirty word in Egypt. Ever since the army ousted the first freely elected president, Islamist Mohamed Mursi, Egypt has grown so polarised that anyone not backing one side or the other is immediately demonised as a traitor by both. Even though he resigned from the secular alliance because it had backed the crackdown on Mursi supporters, Dawoud was attacked by pro-Islamists who stabbed him several times. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match Feature EGYPT-MODERATES/ REUTERS/Stringer (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) less 
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