18 Days, Mubarak Loyalists Marching Towards Tahrir (2011-02-02) at Tahrir, Cairo (2011)
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Mubarak loyalists - which included many plainclothes police - on the Corniche on their way to Tahrir Square.
Boats carrying pro-Mubarak signs sail around in circles on the Nile
Mubarak loyalists, marching towards the State Radio & Television Building and, the next building along, Video Cairo - where several news crews had their cameras set up - chant "where is al-Jazeera? / the Egyptian people are here."
Protestors marching for Mubarak imitating the chants heard in Tahrir, only this woman gets it wrong, chanting "we'll leave" (the revolutionists, of course, chanted "he'll leave / we'll not leave")
Army soldiers hold hands to form a cordon keeping people away from the State Television & Radio Building. This is one of the key buildings that the Army moved quickly to position themselves in front of on January 28th.
No effort is made to keep the pro-Mubarak loyalists from marching to Tahrir, which is currently occupied by the revolutionists.
Loyalists chant "we'll not leave / we'll not leave" - in contrast to the revolutionist chant of "he'll leave / we'll not"
Aerial view of Abdel Moneim Riyad Square filled with Mubarak loyalists marching towards Tahrir.