Egypt Independent

Brotherhood has plan if army takes action, spokesperson says



"The army's threats to intervene to address the current crisis in Egypt has changed the rules of the game," Gehad al-Haddad, spokesperson for the Muslim Brotherhood has told CBS news network
 
"This is like a coup and this kind of threat is altogether rejected," he said. "We are changing our tactics and we have prepared a scenario…to confront a situation as such."
 
"If the army takes action on the ground, we have a plan in place to face that."
 
The Egyptian army had said its earlier ultimatum did not indicate it was launching a coup, although the 48-hour deadline given to President Mohamed Morsy has been interpreted as such.
 
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm