The Egyptian Interior Ministry has called on citizens to abide by public order and law, on the eve of mass demonstrations expected to be held on Friday, demanding the departure of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.
The Interior Ministry said in a brief statement that it would respond to any attempt to destabilize social peace firmly and decisively.
The Egyptians are preparing to go out in mass demonstrations on Friday to demand the departure of Sisi, and urged the actor and contractor Mohamed Ali citizens of his country to go out tomorrow in all provinces, calling on security men and the army to avoid confronting the people.
On the other hand, the Egyptian security services are rushing to prepare for a pro-Sisi demonstration in Rabaa al-Adawiya Square, which the authorities changed to Hisham Mubarak Square, the assassinated former Attorney General.
Sources said that the authorities were directed to mobilize tens of thousands of employees in departments and educational centers to participate in tomorrow's demonstrations.
This coincided with the rise in the number of detainees in connection with the demonstrations against Sisi to 1915 people, including 69 girls, according to sources confirmed to the island.
Amnesty International has called on world leaders to issue clear condemnations against the security crackdowns launched by the Sisi regime against its opponents following anti-regime demonstrations in Egyptian cities last Friday.
The organization said it had documented the widespread arrests by Egyptian security services of arresting journalists, lawyers, activists and politicians in an attempt to silence dissent and prevent further demonstrations.
Amnesty International has documented arrests in five Egyptian cities during demonstrations on 20 and 21 September, and Egyptian human rights organizations have reported the arrest of hundreds of people throughout Egypt during these demonstrations.