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  •  - Egypt's President Mursi presents a prize to a youth who won the Conservation of the Holy Koran contest during the Laylat al-Qadr at Egypt Al-Azhar Conference Center at Nasr City in Cairo

    Egypt's President Mursi presents a prize to a youth who won the Conservation of the Holy Koran contest during the Laylat al-Qadr at Egypt Al-Azhar Conference Center at Nasr City in Cairo

    Posted: 8/14/2012 2:25:50 AM EST
    Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi (R) presents a prize to a youth who won the Conservation of the Holy Koran contest during the Laylat al-Qadr at Egypt Al-Azhar Conference Center at Nasr City in Cairo August 12, 2012. REUTERS/Egyptian Presidency/Handout
  •  - Egypt's President Mursi presents a prize to a youth who won the Conservation of the Holy Koran contest during the Laylat al-Qadr at Egypt Al-Azhar Conference Center at Nasr City in Cairo

    Egypt's President Mursi presents a prize to a youth who won the Conservation of the Holy Koran contest during the Laylat al-Qadr at Egypt Al-Azhar Conference Center at Nasr City in Cairo

    Posted: 8/14/2012 2:25:50 AM EST
    Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi (R) presents a prize to a youth who won the Conservation of the Holy Koran contest during the Laylat al-Qadr at Egypt Al-Azhar Conference Center at Nasr City in Cairo August 12, 2012. REUTERS/Egyptian Presidency/Handout
  •  - Khwaja Mounuddin, grandfather of Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari, reads a Koran inside a mosque in Beed

    Khwaja Mounuddin, grandfather of Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari, reads a Koran inside a mosque in Beed

    Posted: 7/2/2012 9:02:31 PM EST
    Khwaja Mounuddin, 85, grandfather of Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari, reads a Koran inside a mosque in Beed, about 350 km (220 miles) east of Mumbai, June 28, 2012. India says the voice urging the 10 militants on to bloodshed during the assault on Mumbai in November 2008 was that of Indian-born Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari, who was speaking from a "control room" in the Pakistani city of Karachi. New Delhi is hoping that Ansari's capture in June 2012 will help prove its allegation - strenuously denied in Islamabad - that the Mumbai carnage was directed by people connected with Pakistan's security establishment, particularly the shadowy ISI military intelligence agency. Picture taken June 28, 2012. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
  •  - Fatten, an Egyptian Coptic Christian woman supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood holds up a Koran during a rally in Cairo

    Fatten, an Egyptian Coptic Christian woman supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood holds up a Koran during a rally in Cairo

    Posted: 6/24/2012 11:12:50 AM EST
    Fatten, an Egyptian Coptic Christian woman supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood's presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy, holds up a Koran during a rally against the delay of the Egyptian presidential results and against the Supreme Council for the Armed Forces (SCAF) at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 23, 2012. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
  •  - Fatten, an Egyptian Coptic Christian woman supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood holds up a Koran during a rally in Cairo

    Fatten, an Egyptian Coptic Christian woman supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood holds up a Koran during a rally in Cairo

    Posted: 6/24/2012 11:12:50 AM EST
    Fatten, an Egyptian Coptic Christian woman supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood's presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy, holds up a Koran during a rally against the delay of the Egyptian presidential results and against the Supreme Council for the Armed Forces (SCAF) at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 23, 2012. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/22/2012 7:48:37 AM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/22/2012 7:48:37 AM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported.REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/22/2012 7:48:37 AM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/22/2012 7:48:37 AM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported.REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 7:00:40 PM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 7:00:40 PM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported.REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 5:38:15 PM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 5:38:15 PM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported.REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 12:31:40 PM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 12:31:40 PM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported.REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 7:11:05 AM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Protesters reads the Koran and read a newspaper during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo

    Posted: 6/21/2012 7:11:05 AM EST
    A protester reads the Koran and while another reads a newspaper (rear) during a sit-in at Tahrir Square in Cairo June 21, 2012. The Muslim Brotherhood called for a sit-in at Tahrir Square and other squares across the country to step up pressure against the military council as Egyptians await the result for the presidential elections which could come in a few days' time. The body overseeing Egypt's presidential election said it would not announce the results on Thursday as planned, saying it needed more time to study appeals from the candidates, but did not say when it might be ready, the state news agency reported.REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
  •  - An ethnic Rohingya from Myanmar and living in Malaysia, Muhammad Karim Muhammad Salim, 13, attends his Koran reading class in Kuala Lumpur

    An ethnic Rohingya from Myanmar and living in Malaysia, Muhammad Karim Muhammad Salim, 13, attends his Koran reading class in Kuala Lumpur

    Posted: 6/18/2012 11:38:02 AM EST
    An ethnic Rohingya from Myanmar and living in Malaysia, Muhammad Karim Muhammad Salim (L), 13, attends his Koran reading class in Kuala Lumpur May 30, 2012. The Rohingya in Myanmar are usually landless as well as stateless, and scratch a living from low-paid casual labor. During the so-called "sailing season" between monsoons, thousands of Rohingya attempt to cross the Bay of Bengal in small, ramshackle fishing boats. Their destination: Muslim-majority Malaysia, where thousands of Rohingya work, mostly illegally. Every year up to 40 villagers head out to sea on Malaysia-bound boats. They each pay about 200,000 kyat, or $250, a small fortune by local standards. But the extended Rohingya families who raise the sum regard it as an investment. Picture taken May 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT EDUCATION)
  •  - Five-month-old Yousef is carried by his grandfather, with a small Koran placed on him, at the Hussein shrine in Old Cairo

    Five-month-old Yousef is carried by his grandfather, with a small Koran placed on him, at the Hussein shrine in Old Cairo

    Posted: 6/15/2012 3:32:55 PM EST
    Five-month-old Yousef is carried by his grandfather, with a small Koran placed on him, at the Hussein shrine at the Hussein mosque after Friday prayers in Old Cairo June 15, 2012. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
  •  - Five-month-old Yousef is carried by his grandfather, with a small Koran placed on him, at the Hussein shrine in Old Cairo

    Five-month-old Yousef is carried by his grandfather, with a small Koran placed on him, at the Hussein shrine in Old Cairo

    Posted: 6/15/2012 2:06:14 PM EST
    Five-month-old Yousef is carried by his grandfather, with a small Koran placed on him, at the Hussein shrine at the Hussein mosque after Friday prayers in Old Cairo June 15, 2012. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)