Protesters stormed offices of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party in three cities Nov. 27, witnesses said, Al-Masry Al-Youm reported. In Alexandria, protesters threw furniture and equipment from the office into the street while Central Security Forces officers refused to intervene, an unnamed source within the Alexandria Security Directorate said. In Mansoura, protesters set the office on fire and clashed with supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. In Damanhour, the capital of Beheira governorate, police used tear gas to prevent hundreds of protesters from entering the Brotherhood office. The unrest in Egypt is escalating, and the Muslim Brotherhood does not appear to believe it can contain it.