CAIRO, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) -- Thousands of the Muslim Brotherhood' s supporters marched in Egypt's major cities on Friday to mark the 100th days since the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, leaving one person dead in Cairo.
According to state-run MENA news agency, another person died of natural causes in Sharqiya Governorate, while 7 people were injured in clashes in Damietta governorate.
In northern coastal city of Alexandria, security forces fired tear gas to confront the clashes between pro-and anti-Morsi protesters.
In Cairo, army and police forces were deployed around the symbolic Tahriri square. Security unit also prevented protesters from approaching the Rabba el-Adawya square and Quba Palace.
In southern governorate of Aswan security arrested 5 Brotherhood's supporters after they had exchanged fire with security.
Also on Friday, the Brotherhood group issued a statement, stressing that they will not reach any settlement unless Morsi returns and the 2012 constitution is restored.
The Brotherhood's statement came to end hopes of reaching settlement with the Egypt's interim government, after Islamic thinker Ahmed Abu el-Maged has declared that he is about reach a settlement accord with the Brotherhood.
"The Brotherhood demonstrations today and the statement they issued can tell us only one thing: They will continue with their policy to embarrass Egyptian government," said Yousseri el-Azbawi, political expert at Al-Ahram Center for Strategic studies.
El-Azbawy added that those continuos protests and violence will force the government to take more tough measures against the group.
"The Brotherhood attitude towards the government and the army is also helping to escalate violence in Sinai," el-Azbawy told Xinhua referring to the escalating terrorist attacks against security personnel in Sinai and other parts of Egypt.
On Friday, 8 army soldiers were injured by bombs that targeted their armored vehicles.
On Wednesday, Egyptian government ordered to remove Brotherhood from the list of accredited NGOs. Earlier, a Cairo court ordered to ban the group and seized its assets.
Early in October, State Commissioner's Authority gave a recommendation to dissolve the Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of the Brotherhood.
Ezbawi doesn't rule out that Brotherhood was encouraged by the recent decision of the U.S. to suspend military and financial aid to Egypt.
The Egyptian government condemned the U.S. decision describing it as a wrong one and stressed that it will not surrender to the pressures.
Egypt suffers a deteriorating security situation since the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi in July 3 following nationwide protests against his rule. Through the last 100 days supporters of Brotherhood held protests across the country against what they describe as "military coup".