When former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi was ousted from power amid massive protests of his regime, his supporters took to the streets of Cairo to demand his reinstatement. Come Monday morning, these pro-Morsi demonstrators will have to contend with Egyptian security forces who have been tasked with dispersing the tens of thousands of people staging the sit-ins. Mediators and some Egyptian officials have urged the police not to use force against the protestors, but the plan will move ahead at dawn even if it leads to more bloodshed in the streets. About 300 people have been killed in clashes since Morsi was forcibly removed from office.
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