The Tamarod (Rebel) campaign called for Egyptians to boycott shops, companies and factories owned by the Muslim Brotherhood in light of the violence they have taken against citizens and state institutions after a government-ordained dispersal from their weeks-long protest sites on Wednesday.
"Boycott the products of the murderer terrorists who are trying to set the country on fire with our money and the money of the United States and Qatar," reads a statement published early on Friday, hinting that both the US and Qatar are currently supporting the Brotherhood financially and politically.
The list they published of 51 companies, factories and supermarket chains as well charities claiming that they are all owned by the Muslim Brotherhood has gone viral.
They also warned Egyptians of alleged Brotherhood plans to spill oil on highways to create road accidents on Friday, which the Brotherhood has called for a "Day of Rage" protests.
On Thursday Tamarod called on Egyptians to participate in protecting their streets and homes by manning neighbourhood checkpoints to combat "terrorism" as well against "foreign intervention."