CAIRO, Aug. 17 (Xinhua) -- Egyptian interim Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawi on Saturday vowed no reconciliation with "those whose hands have been tarnished by blood," in reference to the Muslim Brotherhood whose members have clashed with police in protest of a dispersal operation against their sit-in camps.
At a press conference, Beblawi said there was no chance of reconciliation with those "who violated the law."
Earlier Saturday, a cabinet spokesman said Bebalwi officially proposed dissolution of the Brotherhood in light of recent violent clashes between its members, who protested in support of deposed President Mohamed Morsi, and security forces.
At least 173 people were killed and 1,330 others injured in overnight clashes across Egypt between supporters of Morsi, who emerged from the Brotherhood, and security forces, spokesman Sherif Shawki said.
The Egyptian interior ministry said about 1,118 supporters of Morsi had been arrested in recent clashes.
Morsi's loyalists have been staging mass rallies since Friday in protest against Wednesday's dispersal operation against their two sit-ins which left at least 578 killed and over 4,200 injured.
The Egyptian government and the state TV have recently been referring to the Brotherhood and its affiliates as "terrorists."