Ahmed al-Mogheer, a Muslim Brotherhood fugitive, told supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood demonstrating on the anniversary of President Mohamed Morsy’s ouster to consider military forces stationed in streets a legitimate target to attack “without pity.”
“Today you are facing the allies of the Zionists who are bombarding Gaza, the Crusaders who are bombarding Afghanistan and the Buddhists who are slaughtering your brothers in Myanmar,” Mogheer posted on Facebook.
“There is no solution except with weapons,” he wrote. “The Egyptian army is the enemy.”
Moghaeer has disappeared since the dispersal of the Rabaa al-Adawiya sit-in on 14 August of last year, which he was part of. He is accused in several cases of inciting violence and storming police stations.
Muslim Brotherhood supporters stage demonstrations on Thursday to mark the first anniversary of Morsy’s ouster.
There have been four explosions in the early hours of Thursday in different areas of Cairo and Giza.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm