Police vehicles torched during anti-Morsi rallies in Egypt’s Mahalla

Tens of protesters in Egypt’s industrial city of Mahalla torched a police vehicle on Friday, during demonstrations against president Mohamed Morsi.

The march was part of a nationwide call to protests the recent summoning of several activists by the prosecutor-general.

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Mahalla for their part have formed human chain around the building where the headquarter is located in, for fear of any potential assaults.

Last Friday’s the Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party office was attacked with Molotov cocktails that set the building alight.