Egyptian prosecution orders 10 Brotherhood leaders detained
The ten Muslim Brotherhood leaders detained are accused of “inciting the violence” which led to a shootout and 53 deaths Monday morning in Cairo. The Brothers’ “General Guide” Mohammed Badie delivered a fiery speech then vowing that loyalists would not rest until Mohammed Morsi was free and restored to the presidency. . Indictments were also issued against 200 Muslim Brotherhood loyalists who took part in the clash Monday.