And this tweet from Muslim Brotherhood official Gehad El-Haddad, saying tanks are on the streets.
A little earlier today, the military used its Facebook page (in Arabic) to say it was meeting with religious and political leaders before announcing any action.
And Morsy's Facebook page (in Arabic) added his refusal to change his position. He's proposing a "road map" to include a new coalition government but said bypassing the elected presidency was "a threat to democracy."
[Posted at 12:40 p.m. ET, 6:40 p.m. in Egypt]
Massive protests have been taking place in Cairo for and against President Mohamed Morsy and his Muslim Brotherhood. Now it seems the protests are leading to concrete action.
Democratic reformists and moderates accuse Morsy's government of moving in an authoritarian direction. There's also opposition from former Mubarak supporters and others fed up with the nation's direction who are calling for the restoration of order through the military.
Earlier today Morsy refused to act on demands by the military that he share power with his opponents. That prompted the military generals to issue a statement they called "The Final Hours."
"We swear by God that we are ready to sacrifice our blood for Egypt and its people against any terrorist, extremist or ignorant," they said.
A key difference between these protests and the ones in 2011 that led to the downfall of President Hosni Mubarak in the Arab Spring is that Morsy is democratically elected.