Ppl in the Qasr el Nil bridge .. entrance of the Tahrir square .. prayers of the maghreb and the humanness of islam .. the feeling of being connected to god .. all of us at the same time and the same place .. all are the same .. ready .
Religion: An Islamic Holiday that most people in Syria celebrate is Ramadan. They celebrate it from sun up to sun down. The date of this holiday is dependent on the Islamic calendar. Like the people above the all go together and pray for hours on their prayer rugs.
Mosa'ab Elshamy. Cairo, Egypt. July 27, 2013. n my way out I heard screams and noticed a large group of people. Two men carried a dead young man who had very recently been shot in the head. The man (on the right) was in a state of shock. Unaware that the man he carried was dead, he pleaded for a medic or an ambulance and screamed for God's mercy. I quickly got the camera out and took this photo. It was the last picture I took on that horrific day, but it remains the most memorable.