Foreign Policy: Egypt's Days Of Rage Friday marks the fourth day of protests in the streets of Cairo and other Egyptian cities against the rule of President Hosni Mubarak. Foreign Policy offers a photo essay that shows a glimpse of the unrest.
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Foreign Policy: Egypt's Days Of Rage

Demonstrators pray in front of the l-Istiqama Mosque in Cairo as riot police look on. Friday's "Day of Wrath" was scheduled to coincide with the Muslim day of sabbath. Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators pray in front of the l-Istiqama Mosque in Cairo as riot police look on. Friday's "Day of Wrath" was scheduled to coincide with the Muslim day of sabbath.

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The aftershocks of Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution reached Egypt this week, as thousands take to the streets in several cities to protest against the rule of President Hosni Mubarak.

The Egyptian street erupts for a fourth-consecutive day as the Mubarak government scrambles to respond.

For more of this slide show "Days of Rage" visit Foreign Policy.