Egyptian officials said Monday that Abul-Ela Madi and Essam Soltan of the Wasat Party, supporters of the ousted president Mohamed Morsi, have been arrested on suspicion of inciting violence. They were taken to Tora prison where a number of Brotherhood leaders have been held since the July 3 military coup. Morsi himself has been held incommunicado at an unknown location. Officials say the two men, who had warrants out for their arrest, were found late Sunday hiding in a home in a Cairo neighborhood located near the main protest site of Morsi's supporters. The Egyptian military has resolved to break up the non-stop sit-in protests staged by Islamist supporters for Morsi's reinstatement.