Graffiti painting takes part in demonstration

Published February 1st, 2011 - 08:03 GMT

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An Egyptian man spraying a graffiti paint on the the wall.
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Image 1 of 14: An Egyptian man spraying a graffiti paint on the the wall.

'No to corruption'.
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Image 1 of 14: "No to corruption".

'No to Mubarak'.
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Image 1 of 14: "No to Mubarak".

'The people want the regime to fall'.
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Image 1 of 14: "The people want the regime to fall".

'Revolution, people, the revolution'.
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Image 1 of 14: "Revolution, people, the revolution".

'No to Mubarak, 30 years of theft'.
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Image 1 of 14: "No to Mubarak, 30 years of theft".

'We want freedom we want to live we want Hashish'.
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Image 1 of 14: "We want freedom we want to live we want Hashish".

'Leave you coward'.
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Image 1 of 14: "Leave you coward".

'Down with Mubarak'.
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Image 1 of 14: "Down with Mubarak".

'Mubarak is a thief Mubarak is a thief'.
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Image 1 of 14: "Mubarak is a thief Mubarak is a thief".

'Down with Mubarak'.
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Image 1 of 14: "Down with Mubarak".

'Down with the regime'.
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Image 1 of 14: "Down with the regime".

'This is the end of injustice'.
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Image 1 of 14: "This is the end of injustice".

(R) 'We want our rights'.
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Image 1 of 14: (R) "We want our rights".

Graffiti as a way of communicating to a seemingly stone deaf veteran leader who might see if he's utnil now refused to listen. The resounding message: Leave now, thief!

Photos by: Sarah Carr

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