Tahrir square on 30 June 2013 (Photo:Bel Trew)
Rebel (Tamarod) has called for protests on Friday to mark the anniversary of the 10th of Ramadan 1973 war with Israel.
In an online statement, Rebel said 'The People against Terrorism' protest would call for a continuation of the 30 June revolutionary wave and for the fulfilment of the aims of the January 25 Revolution. It will also condemn the "terrorism" of the ex-president's supporters, in reference to attacks that have killed at least four members of the security forces in the Sinai Peninsula in recent days.
Protests will take place at the Ittihadiya presidential palace, Tahrir Square and in towns across Egypt, Rebel said.
The Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamist allies will hold their own nationwide protests on Friday to mark the anniversary of the 10th of Ramadan war and to express solidarity with former president Mohamed Morsi, who they claim was deposed in a coup on 3 July led by army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi.