The April 6 Movement "Democratic Front" to demonstrate in 6th of October City, a suburb of Cairo, after Friday prayer and stand in solidarity with the Syrian people against the Bashar Al-Assad regime.
The group stated they will distribute 40,000 leaflets that illustrate the tragedies and repression of the Syrian people by the "assassin" Assad to raise awareness.
They have collected contributions for the Syrian refugees living in Cairo and will handover materials after the circulation of the flyers to show moral support.
The movement also said they plan to offer educational courses for young Syrians. All members of the group are volunteers and work directly with the Syrian refugees.
According to the statement released by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in early October, most Syrian refugees and asylum seekers in Egypt live in Al-Haram, Faysal, Al-Obour, Nasr City, and Al-Rehab City and 6th of October City.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs estimates that there may be about 150,000 Syrian refugees in Egypt, most of whom reside in the cities of Cairo and Alexandria, and some who reside in other provinces, including al-Daqahliyah, Kafr el-Sheikh, al-Gharbiyah, Port Said, Suez and Ismailiya.
Of these 150,000 refugees, 4,800 have registered with the refugee agency, according to a report released by UNHCR in October.
The report also said that about 30 per cent of registered Syrian refugees are children under the age of 17, while 15 per cent are university students.
The number of registered Syrian refugees is expected to reach between 10000 and 12000 by the end of the year, stated the refugee agency.