The National Salvation Front condemned Sunday all acts of violence against citizens or against public and private proprieties.
It stressed it would not stay silent toward the excessive violence practiced by the security forces or the violence in which groups affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood or other Islamists groups have repeatedly been involved in.
The NSF said in an urgent statement those groups had also attacked peaceful protesters in front of the Ettehadiya Presidential Palace, repeatedly besieged both the Supreme Constitutional Court and Media Production City, and attacked newspapers’ headquarters.
The group — the largest opposition coalition — said members of the “illegal” Brotherhood carried out attacks that took place last week in front of the group’s headquarters in Moqattam, in which members assaulted peaceful demonstrators and journalists. The NSF called this “a new black chapter” in Islamist groups’ record of violence and rights violations.