All German media outlets shed on Thursday light on growing violence at Egyptian streets. Two German channels, ARD and ZDF, made a report on violence in Egypt after the revolution, saying Ultras Ahlawy who once protested against ex-president Hosni Mubarak are now standing against the rule of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. The Ultras are faced by violence from Islamists who rushed to Ittihadiya Palace to disperse peaceful protesters by force. The report referred to the resignations of Morsi's presidential advisers in protest against bloody confrontations around the presidential palace on Wednesday. Deutsche Welle quoted statements by ex-presidential hopeful Mohamed al-Baradei that the opposition is ready to hold a dialogue with the presidency but only after the constitutional declaration is cancelled and the referendum vote was delayed. Baradei, appearing at a press conference surrounded by two ex-presidential hopefuls Hamdeen Sabahi and Amr Moussa, blamed Morsi for all violence at home. The three have formed a national salvation front following the declaration of the constitutional declaration. Der Spiegel newspaper reported that blood is spilling all over Egyptian streets because of the revolution, urging all political powers to find a peaceful solution.