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Egypt's elected president defies military rulers

 Egypt's President-elect Mohammed Morsi waves to his supporters following Friday prayers at Al-Azhar mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, June 29, 2012. M...
 Egypt's President-elect Mohammed Morsi is guarded by presidential security as he leaves Friday prayers at Al-Azhar mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, J...
 Egypt's President-elect Mohammed Morsi is guarded by presidential security as he leaves Friday prayers at Al-Azhar mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, J...

Mideast Egypt

Egypt's President-elect Mohammed Morsi waves to his supporters following Friday prayers at Al-Azhar mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, June 29, 2012. M...

Mideast Egypt

Egypt's President-elect Mohammed Morsi is guarded by presidential security as he leaves Friday prayers at Al-Azhar mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, J...

Mideast Egypt

Egypt's President-elect Mohammed Morsi is guarded by presidential security as he leaves Friday prayers at Al-Azhar mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, J...

Egypt's newly elected president has read the oath of office in Tahrir Square and defied the country's military rulers by saying, "I fear no one but God."
Mohammed Morsi addressed tens of thousands of mostly Islamist supporters Saturday in a strongly worded speech.
He spoke on the eve of his official swearing-in ceremony that was scheduled in front of a high court. But many protesters called on him to take the oath in the square to defy the ruling generals who took power after Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
Morsi vowed that the power of people is above all and that no one can take away the president's authorities.


Updated : 2021-06-17 11:37 GMT+08:00