Transcript for 'Day of Rage' Planned Amid Military Crackdown in Egypt
Jen ashton will be parsing that for us. We want to go to egypt. We'll show you live pictures right now. Armored personnel carriers in the streets of cairo, where the opposition is claiming a friday of anger. It could be the bloodiest day yet. We're going right there to muhammad lila. Good morning to you, muhammad. Reporter: Good morning, josh. We are expecting a new, fresh wave of protests, accompanied by likely violence, to kick off within the hour. The muslim brotherhood is calling this a day of rage. Thousands of their supporters are now flooding into the city, expected to snake their way through different streets and converge at a public square. You saw live footage of the armored carriers. Police presence in the city is very heavy. There are now tanks in cairo's tahrir square. That was the square that was so central to egypt's revolution just two years ago. The military has said they will not allow the protests to take place. The muslim brotherhood says they will continue with these protests. And there's a high likelihood, if both sides clash, it will be another bloodbath.
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