While the revolution may have faded from the front pages of newspapers around the world (at least until fresh violence erupts) protests still occur most Fridays.
Last week, the Muslim Brotherhood begrudgingly admitted that members of its group clashed with those opposed to their rule on the side streets of Tahrir Square. This marked the first serious violence related to government protests since last summer.
They say that revolutions can make for strange bedfellows. Yesterday, members of liberal parties, socialist (Nasserist) and communist parties, as well as Shia Muslims and Coptic Christians all attended rallies against President Mohamed Morsi's rule, and the perceived dominance of the Muslim Brotherhood.
In the end minor scuffles punctuated what was a fairly tame affair.