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Islamists led by the Brotherhood staunchly reject the new post Morsi leadership and insist the only possible solution to the crisis is to reinstate him. Meanwhile, the interim leadership is pushing ahead with a fast track transition plan to return to a democratically elected government by early next year.
"I fear for the future of Egypt if the military and other security forces, as well as some demonstrators, continue to take such a confrontational and aggressive approach. Supporters of Nike Air Max Independence Day
He depicted the two encampments as a danger to the public, pointing to nine bodies found nearby in recent days. Some had been tortured to death, police said, apparently by sit in participants who believed they were spies. "Soon we will deal with both sit ins," he said.
Catherine Ashton, the EU's foreign policy chief, arrived in Cairo on Sunday for her second visit to Egypt this month, a sign of the alarm felt in the West over the continuing bloodshed. She was to meet Egyptian leaders on Monday.
Gen. Abdel Fattah el Sissi said he would take the popular support as a mandate to deal with violence and "potential terrorism" a thinly veiled reference to a widely expected crackdown on Morsi supporters in the sit in camps in Cairo and against radical Islamists in the Sinai peninsula who have been waging deadly attacks against security forces since Morsi was ousted in a July 3 military coup.
CAIRO, Egypt Escalating the confrontation after clashes that left 83 supporters of Egypt's ousted Islamist president dead, the interim government moved Sunday toward dismantling two pro Mohammed Morsi sit in camps, accusing protesters of "terrorism" and vowing to deal with them decisively.
Setting the stage for more confrontation, the military installed interim president gave the prime minister the power to grant the military the right to arrest civilians in what government officials suggested was a prelude to a major crackdown on Morsi's supporters or Islamic militants who have stepped up attacks against security forces in the Sinai Peninsula.
The Brotherhood's tactic is clearly designed to win sympathy at home and abroad by portraying itself as a victimized party pitted against an army and a police force armed to the teeth.
Mohammed Badie, the Brotherhood's supreme leader, launched a stinging attack on el Sissi over the latest violence, saying the military chief was leading a "bloody regime" and urging his followers to stand fast.
"We want intervention by the international organizations . to rescue the people. We urge the Egyptian people to come to our rescue. . The people are slaughtered like sheep"," declared el Beltagi, who has an arrest warrant issued against him for inciting violence.
"I assure the glorious people of Egypt that the police are determined and capable to maintain security and safety to their nation with the support of the sincere sons of the country," Ibrahim said during a graduation ceremony at the national police academy. "We will very strongly and Nike Air Max Original Price
The nation's highest security body the National Defence Council issued a statement saying the pro Morsi sit in camps violated Egypt's national security and warning that "decisive and firm" action would be taken. It also urged the protesters to renounce violence and stop "violence and terrorism and verbal and physical assaults Nike Air Max Womens Olive
the Muslim Brotherhood have the right to protest peacefully like anyone else," Pillay said.
A senior aide to interim President Adly Masnour, meanwhile, sought to prepare the public for possible action to dismantle the sit in camps, telling reporters that Morsi's supporters were armed, terrorizing residents in the area.
"The more bloodshed there, the more it is impossible to reach Air Max Girls 2016 a compromise or middle ground," said Kamal Habib, a prominent scholar in Islamic movements and a former Islamist himself.
Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim warned security forces would deal decisively with any attempts to destabilize the country.
"Don't be sad and don't despair," he said in a message that heavily quoted from the Qur'an, Islam's holy book. Secretary General Ban Ki moon also asked security forces to "act with full respect for human rights" and demonstrators to "exercise restraint."
The violence continued Sunday, when deadly clashes during funerals for two of the slain Morsi supporters left two men dead and scores injured in two cities north of Cairo, Port Said and Kafr el Zayat.
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decisively deal with anyone who attempts to undermine stability."
At least 20 members of the security forces have been killed in Sinai by suspected militants and nearly 250 in the rest of the country, including the 83 killed in Cairo on Saturday.
"We urge the United Nations, the international human community . to come down and rescue the hundreds of thousands from the massacre by the live ammunition in the hands of the criminals," senior Brotherhood leader Mohammed el Beltagi shouted from the stage at the larger of the two Cairo sit ins.
"It has now become inevitable for the state to take measures necessary to protect society," he said.
The council, chaired by the interim president and including the prime minister, defence and foreign ministers, said it deeply regretted the loss of life, but did not blame any party for it.
The Brotherhood, accused by critics of trying to monopolize power during Morsi's year in office, routinely claims its supporters are killed in cold blood by army troops, police or thugs sponsored by the Interior Ministry, which is in charge of police. However, witnesses and videos posted on social networking sites show that Morsi's supporters consistently use rocks, firebombs and firearms against opponents, who behave similarly.
The two sides, he said, were gearing toward more confrontations.
The coup followed days of mass protests by millions of Egyptians demanding that Morsi step down after a year in office as Egypt's first elected president. The monthlong sit ins have been the launch pad of street protests that often ended violently when Morsi's supporters clashed with opponents or security forces.
Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood denounced Saturday's bloodshed as evidence of the brutality of the military backed regime. But many accused the group's leaders of trying to capitalize on the loss of life to win sympathy after millions took to the streets in a show of support for the military chief who ousted Morsi in a coup.
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