Mourners perform 'salaat al ghaib' for former Egyptian president, the funeral ceremony held when a person's body is not present.
Muslims across the world have been performing funeral prayers for the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, who died in an Egyptian court on Monday.
Morsi - the only democratically elected leader in Egypt's history - was deposed in 2013 in a military coup led by General Abdel Fattah el Sisi.
The former president was denied a funeral in his home town in Sharqiya province by an Egyptian regime fearful of popular mobilisation.
Instead, he was buried in a small ceremony attended by a handful of his family members in the Egyptian capital Cairo.
Muslims have therefore been forming an absentee prayer, known as 'salaat al ghaib', for Morsi.
Source: TRT World