Muslim Brotherhood will form the Free Egyptian Army soon to take back its legitimate right, Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Mohammad Badie said on Sunday, the Arabic language webiste Annahar reported.
He said that Egyptians who support ousted President Mohammad Mursi are entitled to put their viewpoints into action to return their elected president.
Badie warned that Egypt will not witness tranquility and peace and the protests will continue until the materialization of the demands of Mursi's advocates.
Egypt plunged into violence after the country’s army ousted President Mursi, suspended the constitution, and dissolved the parliament on July 3. The military overthrow followed days of mass protests against Mursi.
The army also declared chief justice of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court, Adly Mansour, as interim president.
On Wednesday, the Egyptian Prosecutor General ordered the arrest of Muslim Brotherhood leaders including the supreme leader of the group, Mohammed Badie, on charges of inciting violence.
Many people have been killed in violent clashes involving supporters and opponents of Mursi and security forces over the past few days, with more than 80 deaths reported on July 8 alone.
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