CAIRO (AFP) - Egyptians were out on Friday for nationwide rallies to protest against the ruling military council's handling of the post-revolt phase, in a call that has exposed political rifts. In Cairo, several thousand protesters packed into Tahrir Square - the symbolic heart of protests that toppled Hosni Mubarak in February - for the Muslim Friday prayers. Youth groups that had helped to launch the uprising have dubbed Friday "the second day of anger," urging protesters to rally for "an end to political corruption." The uprising's first "day of anger" on January 28 drew hundreds of thousands of protesters who were furious at government attempts to quash demonstrations by shutting down communications and using violence.