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CAIRO, July 5. /ITAR-TASS reporter Dina Pyanykh /. Supporters of Islamists and of ousted by the army of Egypt from power Mohammed Morsi are flocking these minutes to the center of Cairo. Several marches of Muslim Brotherhood activists and other Islamic sects gather after Friday prayers at the mosque Rabia al-Adao, the headquarters of the presidential guard in the capital's Heliopolis quarter, as well as at the University of Cairo.
According to the locals, Islamists who settled in the largest university in the country often burst into the homes of local residents, try to arrange illegal searches and hide weapons. In addition, caches of weapons have appeared near the University Park.
Morsi enemies have earlier announced urgent mobilization of "defenders of the revolution on June 30" in order to counter the Islamists. The night before on the central Tahrir Square supporters of the opposition liberal forces were standing in rows and trying to prevent possible provocations from the "brothers." The night gave the youth a small break, and now there are gather thousands of people again to support the actions of the army and oppose Islamists.