FILE - Journalists watch a film prepared by Muslim brotherhood party ( freedom and justice) ahead of planned weekend protests against the country's president, during a press conference

 

              FILE - Journalists watch a film prepared by Muslim brotherhood party ( freedom and justice) ahead of planned weekend protests against the country
FILE - Journalists watch a film prepared by Muslim brotherhood party ( freedom and justice) ahead of planned weekend protests against the country's president, during a press conference in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, June 27, 2013. As the streets once again fill with protesters eager to oust the president and Islamists determined to keep him in power, Egyptians are preparing for the worst: days or weeks of urban chaos that could turn a loved one into a victim. Households already beset by power cuts, fuel shortages and rising prices are stocking up on goods in case the demonstrations drag on. Businesses near protest sites are closing until crowds subside. Fences, barricades and walls are going up near homes and key buildings. And local communities are organizing citizen patrols in case security breaks down. (AP Photo/ Amr Nabil, File)