The movements and organizations taking part in the sit-in in the square announced that they will continue their sit-in until the revolution’s goals are realized. They rejected totally suspending the sit-in or ending it, thereby giving in to the claims of the religious groups—the [Muslim] Brotherhood and Salafis—and those who previously decided to organize a “Friday of Stability” along the lines of what the regime’s remnants, thugs, and followers of the deposed president did in Mustafa Mahmud square.
The Muslim Brotherhood
A Leading Muslim Brother Attacks Participants in the Sit-In and Demands That They Return to Their Homes
On Tuesday, Dr. Rashad al-Bayumi—first deputy to the general superviser of the Muslim Brotherhood—criticized the continuation of the sit-ins up to now, after saying that “the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and the government are responding to many of the demands of those staging the sit-ins in Tahrir Square,” denying reports on the participation of the Brotherhood in the million man march the coming Friday.