Egyptians walk past a mural depicting a man who was killed during the revolution with Arabic that reads "martyr Gaber, your blood will be the spark of the revolution," at Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists have been plastering posters across much of the country urging Egyptians to vote “yes” and listing what they call the advantages of the new charter. “Yes, to protecting (Islamic) Sharia (laws),” says a Brotherhood website. The Islamists have also been using mosques to disseminate the “yes” message and putting to use their appeal to uneducated Egyptians in rural areas. But the pros and cons of the draft constitution and the question of whether it will be passed have grown more akin to being a secondary narrative to the worst crisis to hit Egypt since the overthrow nearly two years ago of Hosni Mubarak’s authoritarian regime.(AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
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