Nearly 5,000 demonstrators took to Abdel Khaleq Tharwat Street in downtown Cairo on monday in protest against Israel's barbaric assault on Gaza.
Most of the demonstrators were affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood, although a number of other political currents took part including the Revolutionary Socialists, Nasserists, members of the Karama Party, Labor Party, along with countless numbers of independent activists and unaffiliated citizens.
Slogans were chanted in solidarity with the beseiged people of Gaza, and in support of the Palestinian resistance.
Other slogans demanded that the (pro-Zionist) Egyptian government open up the Rafah crossing point and lift the Egyptian-imposed seige on Gaza.
This massive demonstration stretched forth (on both sides of the street) from the Judges' Club to the Lawyers' Syndicate.
Thousands of Central Security Forces were deployed around the venue.
More demos are planned this week.
ALL POWER TO THE PALESTINIAN RESISTANCE FIGHTERS!