At this point, do you know where President Morsi, where former president Morsi is right now?
Actually the word former is simply a mistake.
He is under house arrest at the Presidential Guards Headquarters .
And do you have the reports that as many as 300 Muslim Brotherhood members that there are arrest warrants out for them?
Is that what you understand?
Yes, we also have the reports from somewhat concerned sources,
but we can only concerned there also,
the head of the Freedom and Justice Party and the previous head of the Egyptian, the elected Egyptian parliament,
as well as the present leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, and also the entire presidential team have been put under arrest, as well.
Supporters of this action by the military say that this is not a coup .
They say this is the will of the Egyptian people,
as has been demonstrated in the massive turnouts over the last several days throughout Egypt.
To you what is this and what happens next?
I'm afraid that's an excuse.
At the end of the day, everyone saw the images on TV.
The military now has stepped in.
The military by all Egyptians that are presenting all facts and decided to sidetrack the democratic process, align itself with one faction of the opposition and decided to topple of the democratically elected president.
We've seen the images now on TV, holding new roads to election.
They do not, they have the name of constitution and this is a military coup.
They have, they started attacking and brushing the protesters.
One protester had been shot in the leg already at the plaza where I am now.
So I mean, if that is not a coup, what is a coup?
What happens now as far as you're concerned?
They don't happen under the eyes of the rest of the world and the rest of the world have watched.
What will you do now?
What does the Muslim Brotherhood do now?
Well, we do what we do best.
We stay on the streets and we stick to our principles.
And until the scene changes and if it doesn't, at the moment will observe how that reaction will happen.
We're not violent but at the end of the day we are permitted to incorporate a peaceful change of power,
but if the Morsi democracy every time it goes through gets derailed that way, what the other option are the people left with?
People, people need to elect their leaders.
They need to choose the course of their country according to their will.
And if they select their leader,
and then they select the likely people and they have an opposition faction that don't like it,
then they swoop in and let them off the office almost at random.
What does that say about the rally of democracy in the world?
So as far as you see you plan to still like continue to have demonstrations in the streets.
You still, you have, you intend to have all your members out in the streets for as long as possible?
For as long as reasonable.
Yes. I mean, you know. at the end of the day, we try to defense the right.
This is not about most of the election itself.
We are ready for that.
We are possible kind of in control of it, and it had to be the democratic representative of the people,
not through self-appointed representatives or treat people that have never got into the mounting decision because of the mistake of the state and the people.
Mr. El-Haddad, I appreciate your time tonight.
Thank you very much.