by Ariel Ben Solomon
December 6, 2013
Pro-Morsi alliance calls for renewed protests this weekend in memory of killed protesters, imprisoned activists.
A member of the Muslim Brotherhood shouts slogans during clashes at Ramses Square in Cairo Photo: REUTERS
Egyptian media reported Thursday that the government is preparing to deem the Muslim Brotherhood “a terrorist organization,” as pro-Morsi organizations sent out a call for protests to be held over the weekend.
The Egyptian El-Watan newspaper, which tends to support the military and oppose the Muslim Brotherhood, reported that interim Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi discussed in a closed meeting with a number of ministers a detailed directive that declares the Brotherhood a terrorist organization.
The government blames the organization for violence and terrorism that has taken place since Mohamed Morsi was removed from power on July 3.
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