Image 1 of 12: A People's Doctor is applying his healing hands to an Egyptian soldier who cries guilty tears of apology for not having been able to protect his people from the pro-Mubarak stampede.
Image 1 of 12: An Egyptian officer shows his position of solidarity with his people by a kiss to a child in the arms of its mother.
Image 1 of 12: Egyptian protesters ensure a Clean Revolution as they responsibly make efforts to keep the public space clear and in order.
Image 1 of 12: An Egyptian soldier raises an infant of the Protest in testimony to the good feeling between the Military and the People this last week.
Image 1 of 12: Early days in this marathon display of people power: An Egyptian woman guilts the patrolman into re-considering his stance,through a message of admonition in a firm kiss to a befuddled riot-policeman:You are of us and from us,says this charged kiss.
Image 1 of 12: All Egyptians rally round each other: Coptic Christian Egyptians protecting the Muslim Egyptians during prayer.
Image 1 of 12: Tears for the suffering of his country- after years of frustration and pent up but erstwhile silent rage, this man is overwhelmed by the intensity as he opens the floodgate for tears of a nation united in emotion.
Image 1 of 12: This is my shroud for Egypt: We are here til the finish, and will rise and fall with Egypt.
Image 1 of 12: The first tumultuous Friday prayers: supplicating Muslims at prayer take the full force of the water guns on the front line, cushioning their fellow compatriots.
Image 1 of 12: The old symbol of Christian Muslim unity wielded by many. We saw this flag raised in defiance of the perceived divisions earlier this year after the Church killings.
Image 1 of 12: Broken arm, but the faith and endurance do not seem to waver.
Image 1 of 12: Support and supplies for the protesters. There was a light commotion on the source and sponsors of these reinforcements: KFC rations and talk of sums of money assigned to each man caused a stir.
Crystallizing some candid moments of palpable grief and intense emotion as floodgates open to tears and years of pent-up suppression by a state.