Egypt is on brink of anarchy as The Muslim Brotherhood defiantly called for a week of protests across Egypt starting on Saturday, a day after more than 100 people died in clashes between Islamists and the security forces.
Despite the ruthlessness and bloodshed experienced in which more that 700 lost their lives, the Brotherhood has told its supporters to fight to the last man to denounce the overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi and a crackdown on his followers.
The Brotherhood has accused Egypt’s military of plotting the downfall of Mursi last month to regain the levers of power.
The killings have been condemned by Western countries and the UN but there is nothing that has been done to save the situation. Saudi Arabia has though thrown it’s weight behind the military.
The Brotherhood announced a series of daily rallies over the next six days, starting on Saturday.