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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.

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"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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