MassacreArmy Storms Cairo Sit-InsThe Daily Beast08.14.13MassacreArmy Storms Cairo Sit-InsEgyptian security forces moved in on two Cairo camps filled with protesters loyal to Morsi, using bulldozers and tear gas. The Muslim Brotherhood says 100 are dead.The Daily Beast08.14.13 11:48 AM ETImad Abdul Rahman/AP Egyptian security forces on Wednesday stormed camps filled with protesters who are loyal to ousted President Mohamed Morsi, with bulldozers moving into the main site in Nahda Square in Cairo. Morsi’s party, the Muslim Brotherhood, claimed that up to 100 people were killed, but state media put the number at around 15. Officials said that at least two members of the security forces were killed, and nine were injured. In Nahda Square, authorities said the site had been cleared, with Morsi supporters being chased into the nearby zoo and Cairo University. At the other major site, Rabaa al-Adawiya, witnesses spoke of seeing dozens of bodies on the ground, and the Brotherhood described the scene as a massacre. See photos. At left, a member of the Egyptian security forces speaks to a woman holding a stick as they clear a sit-in by supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi at the smaller of the two camps, near the Cairo University campus in Giza. AFP/Getty An injured man lies on the ground as Egyptian security forces move in to disperse a protest camp near Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque. Hassan Ammar/AP Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi chant slogans against Egyptian Defense Minister Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi during clashes with Egyptian security forces in Cairo's Mohandessin neighborhood. Khalil Hamra/AP Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi evacuate a wounded man in the eastern Nasr City district. Hussein Tallal/AP A protester comforts a wounded colleague in the eastern Nasr City district of Cairo. Ahmed Gomaa/AP Egyptian security forces detain protesters as they clear a sit-in in Nasr City. Mohammed Abdel Moneim/AFP/Getty Smoke rises from a car burned during a clash between supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and Egyptian security forces in Cairo's Mohandessin neighborhood. Karem Ahmed/UPI, via Landov Egyptian military fires tear gas as they dismantle Cairo's Rabaa Adawiya square protest camp. Mosaab Elshamy/EPA, via Landov Egyptian protesters throw rocks at security forces during the clearing of one of the two sit-ins of ousted president Morsi supporters, near Rabaa Adawiya mosque. Manu Brabo/AP Pro-Morsi supporters and members of the Muslim Brotherhood run from tear gas smoke shot by police. Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Morsi-backers clash with Egyptian riot police on a street leading to Rabaa al-Adawiya Square. Hussein Tallal/APAn Egyptian security force kicks a supporter of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi as they clear a sit-in camp set up near Cairo University in the Giza district. Manu Brabo/AP A bullet hole is seen in the front of a gas mask belonging to a supporter of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo's Nasr City district. AFP/Getty An Egyptian security forces bulldozer moves in to clear a protest camp near Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque. Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters A poster of Morsi lies on a bulldozer around Cairo University and Nahdet Misr Square, where members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of Mursi were camping in Giza, south of Cairo. Khaled Elfqi/EPA, via Landov The army used tear gas and rubber bullets during clashes. Their were also reports of live ammo on social media with several journalist reporting sniper fire. Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters Riot police vehicles fire tear gas at members of the Muslim Brotherhood around Cairo University and Nahdet Misr Square. Ed Giles/Getty Members of the Muslim Brotherhood walk near smoke from a fire at Rabaa Adawiya square, where they are camping. Abdullah Shousha/AP A supporter of ousted President Mohammed Morsi is shot, center, in front of Egyptian Army tanks during a protest in Ismailiya, Egypt. Tens of thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters took to the streets Friday across Egypt in defiance of a military-imposed state of emergency and clashes with security forces and armed vigilantes left more than 150 people dead. Muhammad Hamed/Reuters Supporters of the interim government installed by the army run for cover when supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi exchanged gunfire with security forces inside a mosque in Cairo, August 17, 2013.