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"It’s not easy to change a president with another one, but it’s better to correct him," el-Qaradawi, an Egyptian who has lived in Qatar for many years, said on Al-Jazeera Mubasher Misr TV.
Ibrahim Ahmed, a 59-year-old retired civil servant who was at Tahrir with his 5-year-old grandson, Yassin, snorted at the idea.
"He wants us to be patient with Morsi? No, thank you. Look at what happened in one year. The Egyptian pound is going down and the country is being Brotherhood-ized," he said.
AP reporters Tony G. Gabriel and Mariam Rizk contributed to this report.
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