3. Close of women protesters chanting UPSOUND (Arabic) "God is great"
4. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Suveyda Zeynep Gunes, Istanbul resident:
"I am here for all of my brothers who are oppressed. Not only Egypt, but also Syria, East Timor, Middle East and Africa, in short."
5. Close of protesters holding signs
6. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Zeki Tastinar, Istanbul resident:
"We are here to tear down the straightjacket they have put on the Muslim world for 100 years. When there is a government defending the interests of their people, Europeans shut their eyes to these governments being overthrown. We are here because we're against it."
7. Close of banner reading (English): "Blind UN (United Nations), muppet Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations)"
8. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Nevus Karakus, Istanbul resident:
"The whole world stands up for a seal or a whale, but they are silent while thousands of people are being killed there (in Egypt). AKP (Turkey's Justice and Development) government only condemns it. I am tired of their condemnations. Don't condemn it, do something. The world has turned into a blood bath.
9. Close of protesters chanting UPSOUND (Turkish) "We will win by resisting"
10. Close of protesters chanting UPSOUND (Turkish) "Islamic movement can not be prevented"
11. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Osman Atalay, Spokesman for the Turkish IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation:
"The resignation of Mohamed ElBaradei shows that the pro-coup people have lost control and difficult days are ahead. Because they thought they would disperse (the crowd) in Rabaah al-Adawiya and Nahda squares. Unfortunately people from other cities in Egypt have started to support (Mohammed) Morsi."
12. Close of police officers
13. Wide of protesters chanting (Turkish) "Get out (General Abdel-Fatah) el-Sissi, we are with you (Mohammed) Morsi"
14. Wide of protesters chanting (Turkish) "Don't be sad, be happy, God is with us"
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered for the second time in Istanbul on Wednesday in a show of support for Egypt's deposed president Mohammed Morsi.
The demonstration came hours after Egyptian riot police - enforced by armoured vehicles and bulldozers cleared two sprawling encampments in Cairo of supporters of the country's ousted Islamist president.
At least 235 civilians were killed in the clashes nationwide, raising the total death toll to 278, Egyptian Health Ministry said.
"Get out (General Abdel-Fatah) el-Sissi, we are with you (Mohammed) Morsi," chanted the crowd in light of the mass clashes across Egypt.
Vice President Mohamed ElBaradei, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and pro-reform leader in the interim government, resigned in protest over the crackdown.
"The resignation of Mohamed ElBaradei shows that the pro-coup people have lost control and difficult days are ahead," said Osman Atalay, Spokesman for the Turkish IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation.
One protester lamented the "straightjacket they have put on the Muslim world for 100 years," while another vocalised her support for "my brothers who are oppressed. Not only Egypt, but also Syria, East Timor, Middle East and Africa, in short."
Earlier, Turkish President Abdullah Gul warned that Egypt could descend into chaos on Wednesday following clashes between Morsi supporters and police in districts across the capital Cairo.
Gul compared the clashes to the crackdown in Syria that precipitated a civil war.
His comments came hours after police attempted to clear two pro-Morsi sit-in camps early on Wednesday morning.
Wednesday's assault came after days of warnings by the interim administration that replaced Morsi after he was ousted in a July 3 coup.
The military ousted Morsi after (m) millions of Egyptians took to the streets to call for him to step down, accusing him of giving the Brotherhood undue influence and failing to implement vital reforms or bolster the ailing economy.
The two sit-in camps at two major intersections on opposite sides of the Egyptian capital began in late June to show support for Morsi.
Protesters, many from Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood, have demanded his reinstatement.