Friday prayers in Muslim land means murder and mayhem later in the day.
Five killed in Egypt as Brotherhood protests against army-backed rule
(Archive) Muslim Brotherhood supporters and their opponents clash outside al-Qaed Ibrahim Mosque in Alexandria on Friday, September 6, 2013 – Aswat Masriya
By Maggie Fick and Hadeel Al Shalchi
CAIRO, Oct 4 (Reuters) – Five people were killed in clashes on Friday as supporters of deposed President President Mohamed Mursi took to the streets of Cairo and other cities to demand the end of army-backed rule.
The marches were the most ambitious attempt by the Muslim Brotherhood to press its demands since Aug. 14, when authorities smashed two pro-Mursi sit-ins in Cairo and then declared a state of emergency and imposed a curfew.