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Egypt's Brotherhood youth members leak plan for Friday protests


08:27, July 19, 2013

CAIRO, July 18 (Xinhua) -- Some youth members of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood on Thursday leaked what they described as the group's secret plan for Friday's mass protests backing ousted President Mohamed Morsi.

Brotherhood without Violence, a movement formed by the Brotherhood's youth members, published on its Facebook page a document signed by the Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badei.

In the document, the Brotherhood leader urged members to storm government institutions and occupy them, and demand regional leaders send groups of youth to military bases in their cities and villages.

He also called for blocking main roads and railways as well as cutting telephone and electricity lines.

The document added that Egyptian embassies abroad will be besieged by members of the International Muslim Brotherhood Organization.

It described the Friday demonstrations as "a battle" where the Brotherhood members are willing to sacrifice their souls for Islam and for an end to the "military rule in Egypt."

"We hold the Brotherhood leaders responsible for any violence or sabotage that may happen," Brotherhood without Violence's coordinator Ahmed Yahya told Xinhua.

"Such actions defy the principles of Islam," said Yahya, who believes there is no military rule in Egypt.

Yahya urged all parties to engage in a national dialogue to save the country out of the current crises. "All should offer concessions, so we can reach a compromise for the sake of Egypt."

Brotherhood without Violence is a newly formed group of Brotherhood members who denounce violence and call for withdrawing confidence from the group's top leader Mohamed Badei.

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